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Calgary, Canada Toxicology Laboratory needed for Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis on mane hair. Please provide a phone report as well as written report explaining the toxic elements,vitamin and mineral deficiencies, feed recommendations according to the test results.
Canada (preferably in Alberta) Analytical Chemistry Laboratory needed to test specified risk material (SRM) from a (cattle) slaughter house. We need a quick turnaround with respect to results. We can accommodate any sample size required. In addition to the request to analyze SRM material, 3 other materials need to be tested. They include: tissue samples of paunch, beef cattle manure and water treated sludge (contents: 30% total solids / 70% water). The types of analysis required are: 1. Ultimate/proximate analysis plus chlorine 2. Btu content 3. Ash elemental analysis 4. Ash DTA 5. Moisture . The Proximate analysis consists of the percent by weight of moisture, ash, volatiles and fixed carbon. Data is extracted in the as-received condition and dry. High and low heating values in Btu/lb are also included. . The Ultimate analysis consists of the percent by weight of moisture, carbon, hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen, nitrogen and chlorine as well as ash. Data is extracted in the as-received condition and dry. . The ash analysis often includes an elemental analysis, fusion temperature and alkalinity index. Occasionally a differential thermal analysis of the ash is required. . The elemental analysis includes the oxides of silicon, aluminum, titanium, iron, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, phosphorous, sulphur trioxide, chlorine and carbon dioxide.