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This selection of updated equipment for studying pesticide residues represents these confirmed equipment which are of so much worth to the analyst.

The equipment selected display a very excessive typical of reliability and feature all been proven by way of a minimum of another particularly certified laboratory. also they are provided in such targeted and comfortably comprehensible shape that analysts utilizing them can't in all probability be left doubtful approximately how you can continue. all the unmarried tools specifies the substrates to which it's proper and on which it's been tested, between them meals plants, kept commodities, processed nutrients of vegetable and animal beginning, feedstuffs, forage and fodder vegetation, soil, and water.

either Volumes set up the compound-specific equipment within the alphabetical order of the compound names. additionally they include indexes to supply easy access to the specified approach. the only equipment every one include the chemical identify and the structural formulation of the respective compound. a number of tools are preceded through a desk within which chemical names and structural formulae are offered together for all compounds.

Chapter 1 advent and directions (pages 1–48):
Chapter 2 Cleanup tools (pages 49–78):
Chapter 3a person Pesticide Residue Analytical tools (pages 79–147):
Chapter 3b person Pesticide Residue Analytical tools (pages 149–218):
Chapter 4a a number of Pesticide Residue Analytical tools (pages 219–281):
Chapter 4b a number of Pesticide Residue Analytical equipment (pages 283–352):
Chapter 4c a number of Pesticide Residue Analytical tools (pages 353–412):

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Vorbereitung und Reduzierung der Proben im Riickstandslabor, Mitteilungsbl. GDCh-Fachgruppe Lebensmittelchem. gerichtl. Chem. 28, 219-223 (1974). Biologische Bundesanstalt fur Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Braunschweig, Rtickstandsuntersuchungen, Richtlinie fur Feldversuche und Probenahme, Merkblatt Nr. 41, 2. Auflage, October 1977. 00 1 (EG), see also Bundesgesundheitsbl. 25, 397 (1980). Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues, Guide to Codex recommendations concerning pesticide residues. Part 6: Portion of commodities to which Codex maximum residue limits apply and which is analysed, Codex Alimentarius Commission, FAO/WHO, CAC/PR 6-1984.

On the grounds of this information, it will be possible to assign, from the analytical viewpoint, the different waters to either of two basic categories differing in their degree of purity: — Drinking water, equivalent to groundwater or other natural waters fit for human consumption; — Surface water, e. g. river water, pond water, rainwater and other waters that do not satisfy the standards of purity established for drinking water. It can be assumed that a method tried on a certain water will be applicable also to waters of comparable purity.

G. apples, pears) Stems Stone fruit (e. g. apricots, cherStems and stones ries, peaches, plums) Grapes Stems and stalks Small (soft/bush/cane) fruit Stems and where present sepals (caps, hulls) (e. g. strawberries, raspberries) Pineapples Crowns (leaves at top of fruit) Dates, olives Stems and stones Nuts (e. g. peanuts, almonds) Shells Eggs Shells In cases of doubt, it should be left to the analyst to decide which portions can be removed from the laboratory sample, taking into consideration customary procedures (see also Codex Committee).

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