Analytical Technique for Quantifying of Residual Acetamiprid and Imidacloprid in Wheat

This chapter explains how to use a 100 percent water mobile phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled photo-diode array detector (PDA) to measure acetamiprid (ATP) and imidacloprid (ICP) in wheat, as well as a rapid, straightforward, and space-saving sample preparation technique. The analytes were removed from the sample with water using a handheld ultrasonic homogenizer, purified using MonoSpin® C18-CX, a centrifugal monolithic silica spin mini-column, and measured in under 20 minutes per sample. The precision, accuracy, and system suitability all meet or exceed the international method acceptance standards. For ATP and ICP residue monitoring in real wheat, the process could be approved as an international harmonised analytical method.

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Naoto Furusawa
Graduate School of Human Life Science, Osaka City University, Osaka 558-8585, Japan.

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