Published in Telemedicine Law Weekly, September 22nd, 2007
"It is demonstrated in this work that if the sample is kept in darkness before analysis, only one chromatographic peak appears for Sudan III or Sudan IV. In normal lighting conditions two peaks are observed. This light-induced effect can lead to under-or overestimation of the Sudan III and Sudan IV content by 10% and false-positive detection of Sudan...
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