How to Achieve Routine Quantitative Pesticide Analysis in Food Matrices using a GC/Q-TOF

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Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent Technologies, brings you an on-demand version of the recent webinar 'Routine Quantitative Pesticide Analysis in Various Food Matrices using a GC/Q-TOF ' by Dr Klaus Wilmers, Senior Pesticide Control Lab Manager (CVUA-MEL).


Agilent_GC_QTOF.pngSummary
This webinar highlights the unambiguous identification and accurate quantification results of pesticides residue in fruits and vegetables. The presentation will emphasize method development followed by the screening of targeted pesticides according to EU SANTE guidelines using a modern high resolution GC/Q-TOF system.

What you will learn

  • An effective workflow strategy using a GC/QTOF in routine pesticide screening applications.
  • New mass spectrometry platforms that can implement reliable untargeted data acquisition for pesticide screening, which now allows food safety surveillance labs to consider both quantitative and qualitative screening from one analysis.
  • This offers labs the practical possibility of quantitation for what is likely plus searching for what is less likely.

Why should you attend?
If you have an ever increasing number of residues to screen, if you have too many false positives or negatives, do not miss hearing from an experienced laboratory about what the benefits are of full scan screening with high confidence using a high resolution GC/Q-TOF offering unmatched isotopic fidelity and ion ratios. 

Published  Mar 1, 2017

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