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AOAC QuEChERS IS Solution (2 components)

  • Ready to use for generating test mixes, calibration standards, and spiking experiments.
  • Reliable standards produced according to specifications defined in AOAC Official Method 2007.01.
  • Cost-effective QuEChERS standards can be used without dilutions for greater lab efficiency.
Certified reference materials (CRMs) manufactured and QC tested in ISO-accredited labs satisfy your ISO requirements.

AOAC QuEChERS IS Solution (2 components)

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31963 AOAC QuEChERS IS Solution 40 µg/mL each in acetonitrile, 5 mL/ampul ea. Select Deselect

Catalog # 31963

Product Name
AOAC QuEChERS IS Solution  
Conc. in Solvent and Volume
40 µg/mL each in acetonitrile, 5 mL/ampul  
Units
ea.  
Certified Reference Material (CRM)
Yes  
Max Shelf Life on Ship Date
18 months  
Min Shelf Life on Ship Date*
6 months  
Shipping Conditions
Ambient  
Storage Temperature
10 °C or colder  
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Following QuEChERS methods is even quicker and easier when you use Restek method-specific chemical standards for AOAC Official Method 2007.01 (Pesticide Residues in Foods by Acetonitrile Extraction and Partitioning with Magnesium Sulfate). Our suite of AOAC QuEChERS standards includes internal standards mix, triphenylphosphate (TPP) solution, and QC spike mix. Each standard can be used directly without dilutions because they are formulated to the exact concentrations prescribed by AOAC Method 2007.01.