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Improvement to Targeted & Untargeted Pesticide Residue Analysis: Fast and Flexible Analyte Finding For GC-MS and GCxGC-MS
Poster Title: Improvement to Targeted & Untargeted Pesticide Residue Analysis: Fast and Flexible Analyte Finding For GC-MS and GCxGC-MS
Submitted on 07 Mar 2018
Author(s): Todd Richards, Joe Binkley, and Lorne Fell
Affiliations: LECO Corporation
This poster was presented at Pittcon 2018
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Abstract: In recent years there has been a dramatic expansion in the number of pesticides utilized in food products, especially in emerging markets and commodities. With this expansion, analytical techniques with the ability to excel in non-targeted workflows have become increasingly important. However, large lists of target compounds can be challenging and time-consuming to maintain, often requiring multiple standard and sample injections in order to develop methods for different matrix interferences and analytical conditions. This presentation will showcase the creation and utilization of a target list of pesticides using software tools designed to make processing comprehensive data faster, easier, and more effective. With enhanced flexibility in data processing parameters, fewer injections are needed to fully develop an easy-to-update, automated data processing method for targeted and emerging analytes.Summary: -The Pegasus BT delivers a superior combination of quantitative and qualitative information in the same sample injection without sacrificing sensitivity.
-Target Analyte Find lists are easy to set-up and maintain.
-LECO's industry-leading NonTarget Deconvolution® (NTD®) software provides clean mass spectra with unsurpassed spectral fidelity for library searching.
-GCxGC allows for improved chromatographic resolution, peak detection, and sensitivity.
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