Multiresidue Pesticides Analysis in Food Matrices
In this application note, Agilent demonstrate screening and quantitation for 246 pesticides and metabolites using an Agilent Ultivo Triple Quadrupole LC/MS.
The Ultivo is designed to address many challenges faced by routine production labs, especially in environmental and food safety arenas. Innovative technologies within Ultivo allowed us to reduce its overall footprint, while maintaining the performance levels of much larger MS systems.
Innovations, such as VacShield, Cyclone Ion Guide, Vortex Collision Cell, and the Hyperbolic Quads, not only maximize quantitative performance in a small package, but also enhance instrument reliability and robustness, promoting greater uptime. Ultivo reduces user intervention for system maintenance, making system operation and maintenance manageable for nonexpert MS users. Agilent MassHunter Software simplifies data acquisition, method setup, data analysis, and reporting, resulting in the fastest possible acquisition-to-reporting time, thereby increasing lab productivity.
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