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by W. George Fong,H. Anson Moye,James N. Seiber,John P. Toth

  • ISBN: 0471574007
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: W. George Fong,H. Anson Moye,James N. Seiber,John P. Toth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (January 29, 1999)
  • Pages: 376
  • ePub book: 1993 kb
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Read instantly in your browser. by W. George Fong (Author), H. Anson Moye (Author), James N. Seiber (Author), John P. Toth (Author) & 1 more. Addressing the interplay between regulations and the development of analytical technology, this volume presents the first unified treatment of the regulatory and analytical aspects of pesticide residues. Current regulations, existing and emerging methodologies, state-of-the-art instrumentation, and the basic science of analyzing for pesticides in food and other environmental media are all covered.

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Pesticide Residues in Foods: Methods, Techniques, and Regulations (Chemical Analysis: A Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry and Its Applications). Fong, W. George, Moye, H. Anson, Seiber, James . Toth, John P. Published by Wiley-Interscience (1999). ISBN 10: 0471574007 ISBN 13: 9780471574002. The book is printed in black and white. Illustrations if any are also in black and white. Sewn perfect bound for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover.

Pesticide Residue in Foods Methods, Technologies, and Regulations

Pesticide Residue in Foods Methods, Technologies, and Regulations. Seiber, and John P. Pesticide residues in food 1979 Evaluations. Rome, Italy Food and Agriculture Organization. Most modern methods of analysis to determine pesticide residues in food commodities, whether a multi-residue method (MRM) or a single-residue method (SRM), can be broken down into three or four basic steps sample processing, sample extraction, extract cleanup (optional) and instrumental determination.

Fong WG, Moye HA, Seiber JN, Toth JP (1999) Pesticides residues in foods. methods, techniques and regulations. Wiley & Sons, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Gayger J, Dustmann JH (1985) Studies on the residues in the bee products wax, honey and pollen. Arch Lebenmittelhyg 36:93–96Google Scholar. Jhansi P, Kalpana TP, Ramanujam CGK (1991) Pollen analysis of rock bee summer honey from Prakasam district of the Andhra Pradesh, India.

Advances in analytical chemistry methodology now allow us to detectthe most minute trace amounts of pesticides. As this capacitygrows, so does public concern about toxic contamination, resultingin stricter government regulations and a growing demand for evenmore sensitive, precise, and reliable analysis.Addressing the interplay between regulations and the development ofanalytical technology, this volume presents the first unifiedtreatment of the regulatory and analytical aspects of pesticideresidues. Current regulations, existing and emerging methodologies,state-of-the-art instrumentation, and the basic science ofanalyzing for pesticides in food and other environmental media areall covered.The book provides step-by-step guidelines to analytical techniques,along with real-world examples from the latest research-showing thereader how to analyze minute traces of pesticides quickly andaccurately, using both highly sophisticated and basic, lesssensitive techniques. Many safety issues are explored in depth, asare the regulatory aspects of pesticide registration, residueanalysis, exposure monitoring, risk assessment, and toleranceenforcement.Timely, authoritative, and practical throughout, Pesticide Residuesin Foods is an invaluable reference for analytical chemists andlaboratory managers everywhere-in industry, agriculture,environmental sciences, research, and instrument manufacturing-andfor anyone with an interest in the broader environmental,agricultural, and consumer-related implications of pesticideuse.An invaluable resource for analytical chemists and laboratorymanagers, Pesticide Residues in Foods provides a complete overviewof the theory, practice, and regulatory aspects of pesticideresidue analysis today, including:* All regulatory issues, from risk assessment and tolerance todata-quality requirements to laboratory accreditationstandards* State-of-the-art methodologies and instrumentation, includinghigh- performance liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry* The application of analytical technology to "green chemistry,"such as the reduction of solvents and toxic reagents in thelaboratory* Novel solutions to the old problem of keeping the food supplysafe from harmful levels of pesticides* Ample examples to help analytical chemists select the mostappropriate method for a given residue analysis* Easy-to-use tables and figures throughout the text