Revealing the identification power of CCS: A novel approach applied to pesticide analysis in food

Last updated on 23-8-2019 by Anonymous (not verified)

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Performing pesticide analysis in food requires coping with multi-class compounds, different matrices and responding rapidly. Screening methods are very useful as they can discriminate samples without any pesticides from those with detectable residues. The laboratory can then focus their efforts on quantitative methods for a smaller number of samples. Different strategies can be applied for screening purposes. Full scan acquisition has however driven most of the attention because of its inherent benefit of theoretical detection of unlimited number of compounds. In spite of this analytical po…

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