Analysis of Pesticides in Food and Environmental Samples

Pirmais vāks
Jose L. Tadeo
CRC Press, 2008. gada 7. febr. - 384 lappuses
Developing safety regulations for pesticides used around the world—in excess of 2.5 million tons annually—requires reliable analytical methods for assessing their impact in food and in the environment. Analysis of Pesticides in Food and Environmental Samples presents the most effective techniques for analyzing pesticide residues and other chemical contaminants in foods as well as in soil, water, and air.

Renowned Scientists Report New Data and Advances in the Field

The book introduces sample preparation, extraction, and analytical methods specific to each sample type, including foods from vegetal and animal origin. Other chapters discuss important aspects of quality assurance and the applicability of hyphenated analytical techniques. In addition to a practical chapter on the use of biosensors and immunoassays for monitoring and gathering exposure data, the book addresses regulatory aspects and presents current data on the levels of pesticides found in food and environmental matrices.

Latest Methods Help Scientists Develop Safer, More Effective Pesticides

Analysis of Pesticides in Food and Environmental Samples enables scientists to measure and predict the behavior and toxicity of pesticides with a higher degree of accuracy. The methodologies and insight in this timely work will contribute to the development of more effective, less toxic pesticides as well as better safety regulations.

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Classification and Properties
1
Chapter 2 Sample Handling of Pesticides in Food and Environmental Samples
35
Chapter 3 Analysis of Pesticides by Chromatographic Techniques Coupled with Mass Spectrometry
59
Chapter 4 Immunoassays and Biosensors
95
Chapter 5 Quality Assurance
125
Chapter 6 Determination of Pesticides in Food of Vegetal Origin
151
Chapter 7 Determination of Pesticides in Food of Animal Origin
177
Chapter 8 Determination of Pesticides in Soil
207
Chapter 9 Determination of Pesticides in Water
231
Chapter 10 Sampling and Analysis of Pesticides in the Atmosphere
257
Chapter 11 Levels of Pesticides in Food and Food Safety Aspects
287
Chapter 12 Monitoring of Pesticides in the Environment
319
Index
359
Back cover
369
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