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Enhance Effficency With Automated Micro-SPE

A river split into two streams with scientists working along the edges.
Credit: PAL System

Accurate pesticide analysis ensures food and environmental samples meet regulatory standards and reduces the risk of exposure to harmful contaminants. While traditional QuEChERS extraction is effective for pesticide analysis, the followed clean-up of the QuEChERS raw extract by dispersive solid phase extraction (dSPE) poses challenges in terms of time, labor and cost efficiency.

The latest advancements in micro-solid phase extraction (μSPE) offer streamlined, automated sample cleanup, overcoming the limitations of manual dispersive solid-phase extraction (d-SPE).

This infographic explores how μSPE provides efficient cleanup for pesticide analysis.

Download this infographic to explore:

  • The benefits of uSPE over traditional QuEChERS clean-up methods
  • How automation improves efficiency and reduces labor costs
  • Practical insights into enhancing the accuracy of pesticide analysis

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