What Does It Cover?
For Pesticide Analysis in food and feed QuEChERS is an established Sample Preparation technique. Nonetheless there are some challenging sample matrices that require variations of the classical QuEChERS methodology. These are fat-rich matrices, intensively colored matrices and dry, complex matrices such as teas, spices or herbs.
As even the variations in the official methods AOAC 2007.01 and EN 15662:2008 cannot fully remove all matrix interferences, this talk will introduce new sample preparation approaches leading to improved clean-up and recovery of pesticides in these challenging matrices.
Who Should Watch?
Every user in Pesticide Analysis.
Dr. Frank Michel
Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Analytical & Chromatography Scientific Advisor
Dr. Frank Michel is Analytical & Chromatography Scientific Advisor for Asia-Pacific, training and communicating the technical background of new and innovative analytical techniques, products, and applications. During 20 years in Analytical Chemistry, he focused on HPLC in pharmaceutical analysis, but additionally gained deep experience into other analytical techniques and application areas such as environmental analysis. Dr. Frank Michel is a member of the Separation Science working group in the German Chemist Society (GDCh) and is particularly interested in stationary phase chemistry for both gas and liquid separations.
Session 1:presented May 31, 2021
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