Additional Principles and Methods of Analysis

Additional Principles and Methods of Analysis

Analytical Methods for Pesticides, Plant Growth Regulators, and Food Additives, Vol. 5

1st Edition - January 1, 1967

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  • Editor: Gunter Zweig
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Analytical Methods for Pesticides, Plant Growth Regulators, and Food Additives, Volume V: Additional Principles and Methods of Analysis covers the major advances in the analytical techniques used for the qualitative and quantitative determinations of minute amounts of pesticide and plant growth regulator residues in foods and crops. The book discusses developments in analytical methods (i.e. the polarographic technique, thin-layer chromatography) and their general applications; the analytical aspects of pesticide residue analyses in the environment; and specific analytical methods for formulation and residue analyses of insecticides, fungicides, herbicides and plant growth regulators. Agriculturists, agricultural engineers, toxicologists, and people involved in the study of pesticides and biochemicals will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


  • Contributors to Volume V

    Preface

    Part I. Newer Analytical Methods and General Applications

    1. Gas Chromatography—Applications and Limitations in Pesticide Residue Analysis

    I. Introduction

    II. Limits of Detection

    III. Chromatographie Columns

    IV. Detectors

    V. Guidelines to Pesticide Residue Analysis

    VI. Notes on Some Problems in Residue Analysis by Gas Chromatography

    VII. Conclusions

    References

    2. Thin-Layer Chromatography

    I. Introduction

    II. Techniques

    III. Pesticide Applications

    IV. Documentation

    V. Scheme of Analysis

    References

    3. Polarographic Methods for Pesticides and Additives

    I. Introduction

    II. Instrumentation

    III. Sample Preparation

    IV. Additives

    V. Pesticides

    VI. Conclusion

    References

    4. Residue Analyses in Water Resources

    I. Introduction

    II. Sources of Water-Borne Pesticides

    III. Pesticide Classification

    IV. Biological Uptake

    V. Physical and Chemical Properties

    VI. Methods of Collection

    VII. Cleanup of Extract

    VIII. Pesticide Analysis

    IX. Analytical Control

    Acknowledgments

    References

    5. Principles of Pesticide Metabolism Studies

    I. Introduction

    II. Scope

    III. Methodology

    IV. Degradation and Metabolism

    References

    6. Pesticide Analysis in Fish and Wildlife

    I. Introduction

    II. Fish and Wildlife Pesticide Problems

    III. Importance of Pesticide Residue Analyses

    IV. Exposure of Fish and Wildlife to Pesticides

    V. Toxicity and Hazard of Pesticides

    VI. Direct and Indirect Effects of Pesticides

    VII. Fish and Wildlife Pesticide Studies

    VIII. Sampling for Pesticide Residue Analysis

    IX. Analytical Methods

    X. Presentation of Residue Data

    References

    Part II. Insecticides

    7. Azodrin® Insecticide

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    Reference

    8. Banol

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    9. Bidrin® Insecticide

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    10. Binapacryl

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    11. Ciodrin® Insecticide

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    12. Imidan®

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    13. Morestan®

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    Part III. Fungicides

    14. Difolatan®

    I. Gênerai

    II. Analysis

    References

    15. Lanstan®

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    Reference

    16. Pentachlorophenol and Its Sodium Salt

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    Part IV. Additional Herbicides and Plant Growth Regulators

    17. Amiben

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    18. Bromacil

    I. General

    II. Analyses

    References

    19. Bromoxynil

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    20. 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid—Newer Methods of Analysis

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    21. 4(2,4-DB)

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    22. Diphenamid

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    23. DNBP

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    24. Diquat

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    25. Duraset®

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    26. Gibberellic Acid

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    27. Ioxynil

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    28. Linuron

    I. General

    II. Analyses

    Reference

    29. MCPA

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    30. Naphthalene Acetic Acid

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    31. Ordram

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    32. Paraquat

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    33. Prefar®

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    34. Ro-Neet®

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    35. Succinic Acid 2,2-Dimethylhydrazide

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    36. Tordon

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    37. Trifluralin

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    38. Vernam®

    I. General

    II. Analysis

    References

    Author Index

    Subject Index


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  • No. of pages: 590
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 1967
  • Published: January 1, 1967
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483220826

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