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Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists

Evaluation of liquid chromatographic methods for analysis of chlorphoxim formulations.


PMID 4055633

Abstract

Liquid chromatographic (LC) methods for determination of active ingredient in chlorphoxim formulations have been developed independently by Bayer AG and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Both methods specify separation on a silica gel column. The Bayer method uses a 5% solution of tetrahydrofuran in hexane as the eluting solvent and quantitates results on the basis of an external standard. The CDC method uses a 5% solution of ethyl acetate in hexane as the eluting solvent and uses 4-fluorophenyl sulfone as an internal standard. The 2 methods were compared by replicate analyses of samples of chlorphoxim technical and water-dispersible powder and emulsifiable concentrate formulations. The precision of both methods was acceptable.

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