The Use of a High Resolution Q-TOF in a Contract Laboratory
for Routine Pesticide Analysis in Food & Feed

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Duration: Approximately 60 minutes

WimBroer_WebWim Broer
(Manager, Science & Development, NofaLab, The Netherlands)
Wim has worked for more then 30 years in food and feed safety and environmental laboratories, wher he has developed methods for liquid and gas chromatography, GC-MS, LC-MS and ICP-MS.



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The common perception of a Q-TOF is that it is used more as a screening instrument rather than a routine instrument for quantitative targeted analysis of pesticides. However, as a scanning instrument the number of analytes in one run is only limited by the extraction and chromatography surrounding the compound of interest. As such, with a Q-TOF instrument it should be possible to reduce the amount of injections to two: one positive run and one negative run. This approach is much more efficient.

At Nofalab we took up the challenge of proving that the SCIEX X500-R Q-TOF is suitable for routine analysis of over 700 pesticides in one run with performance criteria meeting EU-regulations.

This presentation covers the instrument capabilities and the use of data analysis to create an efficient and robust method for the analysis of pesticides in food and feed commodities.  

By attending this on-demand webinar you will...

  • learn about the potential of a Q-TOF instrument as a solution for high-throughput quantitative pesticide analysis, with acceptance criteria to meet EU regulations.
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