High Precision Pesticide Analysis in Produce with GC Triple Quadrupole and U-SRM Mode

Dobbeleer, Inge de; Gummersbach, Joachim; Huebschmann, Hans-Joachim; Mayer, Anton
September 2012
LC-GC North America;Sep2012 Supplement, Vol. 30, p29
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to analysis of pesticide with the application of Gas chromatography triple quadrupole. It states that advance development in HyperQuad technology offers enhanced analytical performance for routine pesticide analysis. Figure depicting comparison of two different chromatogram is presented.


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