iFunnel and triggered MRM-new tools for unmatched sensitivity and enequivocal confirmation of pesticides in food
15 Dec 2011

We will show a pesticide application based on 1290 Infinity UHPLC coupled to the new Agilent 6490 triple quadrupole which allows for the analysis of a broader range of pesticides with a single technique as well as the dilution of samples to minimize matrix effects. In addition the use of new triggered MRM acquisition mode is shown which allows both, accurate quantitation and enhanced confirmation based on data dependant product ion spectra and library matching. The application of tMRM is demonstrated for several pesticide-matrix combinations for which natural compounds exist which show high analogies to certain pesticides and might result in false positive reportings.

Agilent Technologies



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