Tag: International harmonized analytical method

Water Mobile Phase HPLC Determination of Acetamiprid and Its Metabolite, IM-2-1

Using an isocratic 100 percent water mobile phase, this chapter describes a safe HPLC approach for identifying acetamiprid (ATP) and its metabolite, IM-2-1 (IM2). Water as the mobile phase and a photodiode-array detector were used in chromatographic separations using an Inertsil® WP300 C4 (PDA). The whole run time was about 7 minutes, with ATP and […]

Determination of Residual Acetamiprid and Imidacloprid in Unpolished Rice by Centrifugal Spin Column Clean-up and Water Mobile Phase HPLC-Diode Array

This chapter offers an appropriate analysis method for antimicrobial drug residual monitoring in food. Following a 100 percent water mobile phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) connected photo-diode array, a speedy, simple, and space-saving sample preparation procedure is used.A PDA was developed to measure acetamiprid (ATP) and imidacloprid (ICP) in unpolished rice.described in this article A […]

An Organic Solvent-free and Simple Procedure for Quantifying Tetracycline and 4-epi-tetracycline in Milk

This chapter offers a new quantification approach for an effective veterinary medicine (which is commonly used) that leads to improved food residue monitoring from the standpoint of assuring food safety. A quick, straightforward, small-scale sample preparation followed by an isocratic mobile phase HPLC for measuring tetracycline (TC) and its 4-epimer, 4-epi-tetracycline (4eTC) in cow’s milk […]

Analytical Technique for Quantifying of Residual Acetamiprid and Imidacloprid in Wheat

This chapter explains how to use a 100 percent water mobile phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled photo-diode array detector (PDA) to measure acetamiprid (ATP) and imidacloprid (ICP) in wheat, as well as a rapid, straightforward, and space-saving sample preparation technique. The analytes were removed from the sample with water using a handheld ultrasonic homogenizer, […]

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