Analysis of Pesticides in Ground and Surface Water II: by J. J. Vreuls, A. J. H. Louter (auth.), Prof. Dr. H.-J. Stan

By J. J. Vreuls, A. J. H. Louter (auth.), Prof. Dr. H.-J. Stan (eds.)

Public drawback is being more and more directed to insecticides and their residues in floor and floor waters. Water - one of many prerequisites of lifestyles - should be saved fresh for guy and the surroundings. half I and II of this e-book describe in an authoritative manner all points of recent research of insecticides in water via the ensuing use of hyphenated strategies like GC-AED or HPLC-MS.

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Chern. 53: 2072 35. Noroozian E, Maris FA, Nielen MWF, Frei RW, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1987) HRC & CC 10: 17 36. Noy THM, Weiss E, Herps T, Van Cruchten H, Rijks J (1988) HRC & CC II: 181 37. Vreuls 11, Cuppen WJGM, Dolecka E, Maris FA, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1989) HRC 12: 807 38. Vreuls 11, Cuppen WJGM, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1990) HRC 13: 157 39. Farjam A, Vreuls 11, Cuppen WJGM, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1991) 63: 2481 40. Vreuls 11, Bulterman A-J, Gnijsen RT, Brinkman UATh (1992) Analyst 117: 1701 41.

Werkhoven-Goewie CE, Brinkman UATh, Frei RW (1981) Anal. Chern. 53: 2072 35. Noroozian E, Maris FA, Nielen MWF, Frei RW, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1987) HRC & CC 10: 17 36. Noy THM, Weiss E, Herps T, Van Cruchten H, Rijks J (1988) HRC & CC II: 181 37. Vreuls 11, Cuppen WJGM, Dolecka E, Maris FA, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1989) HRC 12: 807 38. Vreuls 11, Cuppen WJGM, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1990) HRC 13: 157 39. Farjam A, Vreuls 11, Cuppen WJGM, de Jong GJ, Brinkman UATh (1991) 63: 2481 40.

F. L. Wylie level that the eluting compound is indeed the appropriate target compound. By focusing on the hetero-atoms in the target compounds, comparable confidence levels can be achieved. Ting and Kho [32] examined pesticides containing the elements S, N, P, CI and Sn. They investigated the reproducibility of results, the linearity of response, pesticide recoveries and metal containing pesticides. The results contained in the report are included as the authors are analytical chemists in an operational laboratory, and are not associated with an instrument manufacturer or instrument development chemists.

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