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Chemometric Analysis of Grapes

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Concentrations of several heavy metals in soil,
water and grape samples (variety Plovdina) collected
at five locations at different distances from the road in
Southeast Serbia were determined using the Flame Atomic
Absorption Spectrophotometry. There was a decrease
in analyzed samples with an increase in distance from
the road. A complete absence of several examined, very
harmful heavy metals (Mn, Ni, and Cd) in all analyzed
samples was found. The analysis of grape samples proved
the presence of iron, zinc and copper in concentration
ranges 3.3-19.8, 0.31-0.63, and 3.4-13.6 μg g-1, respectively.
The content of heavy metals in soil, water and grapes
were below allowable limits. Correlation analysis showed
a significant relationship between the concentrations of
metals in soil and grape samples.
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