The poster describes a new innovative approach for the analysis of Glyphosate and Glufosinate which are phytosanitary products widely used as weed killers, especially in cereal and vegetable crops.
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Application Note: Analysis of heavy metal contaminants in hemp and cannabis flower using ICP- Mass Spectrometry
With the availability of hemp and cannabis as commercial products such as tea and oil, there becomes the need for analysis and regulation of potency, pesticides, biological contaminants and heavy metals among others.
Shimadzu introduces a highly selective analysis method of sulfur components in beer by using sulfur chemiluminescence detection with Nexis SCD-2030.
This application introduces an example of monitoring a fermentation process using a dual injection system to evaluate two types of analysis simultaneously with only one system.
Mineral oil hydrocarbons (MOH) are chemical compounds derived mainly from crude oil, but also produced synthetically from coal, natural gas and biomass.
Daily vitamin intake is essential for a balanced and healthy lifestyle. While the body needs these nutrients for a large number of biochemical processes, it is not able to synthesize them on its own.
SFC-MS/MS method for high-sensitivity analysis of 34 PAs in commercial tea samples.
Analysis of Amino Acids in Green Tea Using Automatic Pretreatment Function of Integrated LC System Prominence (TM)-i
Contamination of food products with pesticides has been a concern for years due to the risk of acute or delayed health and environmental effects. The world-wide usage of pesticides is increasing, as is exposure to them, and there are also more imports of raw foodstuffs from unknown sources.
The analysis of mineral oil hydrocarbons in food needs for every type of food an adequate sample preparation and this could be complex and difficult.
The determination of MOSH and MOAH in food can be done by an automated LC-GC-FID system for routine analysis.
Mineral oil (MO) residues in food raised public concern due to some elevated concentrations up to several thousand milligrams per kilogram food. Due to the chemical structures two groups of MOs can be differentiated.