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Analytical Methods for Pesticides and Plant Growth Regulators, Volume XVII: Advanced Analytical Techniques covers analytical techniques of great importance to the pesticide analyst. The book discusses sampling techniques, universal extraction, cleanup methods, and cleanup by sweep co-distillation. The text also describes determinations by GC/FT-IR and GC/MS, computer evaluation of GC data, and immunoassay techniques for pesticide analysis. Toxicologists and people involved in pesticide analysis will find the book invaluable.
1. Sampling Techniques for Pesticide Analysis
II. Sampling Theory
III. Air Sampling for Pesticides
IV. Food and Crop Sampling
V. Soil Sampling
VI. Water Sampling
VII. Miscellaneous Sampling
2. Universal Extraction and Cleanup Methods
II. Universal Extraction Methods
III. Universal Cleanup Methods
IV. Internal Lab Control
3. Sweep Codistillation: Recent Developments and Applications
III. Volatility Studies BO
IV. Pesticide Separation from Animal Fats
V. Pesticide Separation from Plant Material
VI. Miscellaneous Applications
VII. Interlaboratory Studies
VIII. New Developments
4. Pesticide Determination by GC/FT-ÏR Spectrometry
II. Experimental Design
V. Residue Analysis
VI. Other FT-IR Interfaces
VII. Computer Methods of Analysis
VIII. Other Vibrational Techniques
5. Application of Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry to the Determination of Pesticides
II. LC-MS Interfaces
III. Application of Case Histories
6. Application of Computers for the Evaluation of Gas Chromatographic Data
III. Working with the Chromatography System
IV. Software for Pesticide Residue Analysis
VI. Appendix: Glossary of Terms
7. Immunoassay Techniques for Pesticide Analysis
II. Immunoassay Terminology
III. Steps in Immunoassay Development
IV. Benefits and Disadvantages of Monoclonal Antibodies
V. Applications of Pesticide Immunoassays
VI. Applying Immunoassays to Residue Analysis
VII. Implementation of Immunoassay Technology
VIII. Future Applications of Immunoassay Technology
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- © Academic Press 1989
- 28th February 1989
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
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