Agilent offers a selection of sample processing devices for consistent, simultaneous processing of multiple cartridges or 96-well plates. The positive pressure manifold 48 and 96 processors are alternatives to conventional vacuum processing and offer improved reproducibility. The VacElut SPS 24, VacElut cartridge manifold, and well plate vacuum manifold provide robust sample processing.
QuEChERS eSelector provides extraction and dispersive kit recommendations for pesticides in fruit and vegetables.
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The SPME Arrow – Intuvo GC – MS/MS system incorporates maximum precision coupled with a speed that is not achieved with any other technology. According to the studies of J·Vigas, there is no other equipment on the current market for the analysis of TCA in wine stoppers that gives such reliable results in 5 minutes.
Agilent won a 2023 Environment+Energy Leader Award for Bond Elut PFAS WAX SPE Cartridges that improve efficiency in testing for PFAS substances, the so-called ‘forever chemicals.’ Bond Elut PFAS WAX enables scientists to confidently isolate PFAS from drinking water, wastewater, soil, sludge, tissues, and food.
“The presence of PFAS chemicals in our daily lives is a grave concern,” the judges wrote, “making any technology that aids in their removal from the environment truly lifesaving.”
Agilent announced a highly-anticipated, complete workflow solution for targeted per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) analysis using the United States (US) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Method 1633 (3rd draft). EPA Draft Method 1633 currently analyzes 40 PFAS compounds in wastewater and soil and is a complex and labor-intensive method, relying on multiple sample preparation and analysis steps. Success in running the technique depends on careful sample handling and the appropriate sample preparation supplies and instrumentation.
Concerns about trace level pollutants in food are driving demand for more rapid and reliable ways to identify and quantify chemical residues. One measure of food safety is the maximum residue limit (MRL), which is the highest level pf pesticide residue allowed to remain in or on the treated food commodity. This article highlights five ways to ensure successful pesticide analysis.