C&EN App Note
Advances in Food Testing & Environmental Analysis Compendium
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This application compendium contains a collection of environmental and food testing application notes demonstrating the low detection levels and sensitivity of the Agilent Triple Quadrupole GC/MS systems for the quantitation of pesticides, volatile and semi volatile compounds to include:

-Estimation of Ethylene Oxide and Ethylene Chlorohydrin in Sesame Seeds Usingn Agilent 8890 GC and 7000D Triple Quadrupole MS System

-Low Calibration Limit Research for Multiresidue Pesticides in Milk Using the Agilent 8890/7010B and 7890B/7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS Systems

-Use of Salt to Increase Analyte Concentration in SPME Headspace Applications

-Analysis of Free Volatile Phenols in Smoke-Impacted Wines by SPME

-Analysis of 1,4-dioxane in Water by Purge and Trap

Key Objectives:

  • A reliable analytical method for the determination of 2-MCPD and 3-MCPD fatty acid esters in infant formula method to determine 1,4-dioxane in consumer products including: cosmetic, personal care, and cleaning products.
  • Demonstrate the 8697headspace sampler is an excellent means of introducing VOCs trapped in soils and sediments to GC for identification and quantitation.
  • DVB/carbon WR/PDMS SPME Arrow (1.1 mm) demonstrates the significant benefit in extraction efficiency due to its larger sorption phase volume.

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