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Chromatographers from Restek will be presenting at Waters’s upcoming seminar on October 23, 2019, in Wood Dale, IL. This educational opportunity is aimed at scientists looking to learn more about GC-MS capabilities in all areas, particularly in food and environmental applications. Topics include the technology behind GC-MS instruments, QuEChERS sample preparation, identification of extractable and leachable compounds from electronic cigarettes, and multiresidue pesticide analysis. Register today and join us for an outstanding technical training event.
Gas Chromatography: Foundation Theory, Column Selection, and Troubleshooting
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Author(s): Riki Kitano1, Tairo Ogura1, Nicole Lock1, Robert Clifford1, Julie Kowalski2, Jack Cochran2, Dan Li2
1. Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc. 2. Restek Corporation
Published By: Restek Corporation
Year of Publication: 2019
Abstract: Dietary supplements, which are consumed worldwide, are made from various botanical ingredients. To be safe from pesticides exposure, residual pesticides must be monitored by chromatographic instrumentation. Issues arise, however, due to the fact these botanical samples are dried and cause large interferences in the chromatography. This study shows that the modified QuEChERS method combined with GC-MS/MS achieves consistent pesticides monitoring in botanical ingredients.
Acknowledgment(s): Originally published by Shimadzu Corporation in collaboration with Restek Corporation.