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Advanced Quantification of Pesticides in Black Tea

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Tea-growing countries often use pesticides to combat pests and diseases due to their hot, humid climates. However, pesticide residues in tea can cause serious health issues, including cancers, birth defects and neurotoxicity.

To protect consumer health and safety, many countries have established maximum residue levels. However, analyzing pesticides in black tea is challenging due to the complex nature of the matrix and the need for sensitive and accurate quantitation.

This application note addresses these challenges by providing a comprehensive workflow using advanced analytical techniques for the quantitation of pesticides in black tea.

Download this application note to benefit from:
  • An optimized workflow encompassing sample preparation, GC instrumentation and MS electron ionization
  • Consistent and accurate results, even at low concentrations, across hundreds of consecutive injections
  • Enhanced capabilities for high-throughput analysis in food safety and regulatory compliance
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