Analytical Methods for Pesticides and Plant Growth Regulators, Volume XI: Updated General Techniques and Additional Pesticides covers the techniques in the automated pesticide analytical laboratory. The book discusses the application of quantitative thin layer chromatography to pesticide analysis; as well as analytical methods for formulations and residues of developed pesticides following the order of insecticides and acaricides, fungicides, and herbicides and plant growth regulators. The text also describes the analysis of N-nitroso compounds; the analysis of ethylenebisdithiocarbamate fungicides and degradation products; and the analytical methods for the toxicologically important degradation product ethylene thiourea. Toxicologists and people involved in the study of pesticides will find the book invaluable.Many other types of capillaries, micropipets, and syringes have been used for manual application of initial spots or streaks. ... The solutions continually drop from the tubes through needles, and the drops are dried by a flow of nitrogen gas focused on each origin (Getz, 1971). ... from the same manufacturer will vary in properties such as hardness, polarity, mesh size, and pore size, resulting in differentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Updated General Techniques and Additional Pesticides|
|Author||:||Gunter Zweig, Joseph Sherma|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2013-10-22|