Towards the use of ion mobility mass spectrometry derived collision cross section as a screening approach for unambiguous identification of targeted pesticides in food

Last updated on 10-1-2020 by Jill Alexandre

Peer reviewed scientific article





Rationale Mass spectrometry (MS) is the reference method for the screening of ultra‐trace residues of pesticides in food because MS offers the required selectivity/sensitivity to gather information and enable the analyst to make informed decisions during the identification process. Here we present and discuss the use of collision cross section (CCS) values in addition to mass accuracy and retention times in a pesticide screening method that integrates all the features offered by coupling ultra‐performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) with ion mobility mass spectrometry (IMSMS). Metho…

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