Handbook of Residue Analytical Methods for Agrochemicals, 2 Volume SetAuthor: Dr Philip W. Lee (Editor-in-Chief), Hiroyasu Aizawa (Associate Editor), Aldos C. Barefoot (Associate Editor), John J. Murphy (Editor)
Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc.
Publish date: February 2003
This two-volume handbook uniquely brings together information on the key methodologies used in the analysis of agrochemical residues and current best practices, while also giving numerous examples of how these methodologies are applied in practice to a wide range of both individual compounds, and classes of agrochemical compounds. Volume 1 describes some of the current regulatory considerations for residue analytical methods, before going on to discuss current methods for the generation and analysis of residues in crops, food and feed. Highly practical articles then focus on the methods used for a range of individual herbicide compounds and classes of herbicide compounds. Volume 2 presents some of the key recent advances in analytical technology in this field, before going on to discuss best practices for the generation and analysis of residues in environmental samples. Highly practical articles then focus on the methods used for a range of individual fungicide and pesticide compounds, and classes of fungicide and pesticide compounds. Provides the latest information in one comprehensive source - saving time and money Written by leading practioners in key industrial and government laboratories Includes key recent advances in analytical technology in this field Provides full-length articles, compound classes and individual compounds