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Analysis of Pesticide in Tea

  • ID: 4398600
  • Book
  • August 2018
  • 950 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Analysis of Pesticide in Tea: Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Methodology is a comprehensive book, providing serial, rapid, high-throughput analytical methods for determining more than 600 pesticides in tea. There are increasing numbers of strict limit standards for pesticide residues in edible agricultural products in countries all over the world. The threshold for pesticide residues in tea is high for international trade. At present, 17 countries and international organizations have stipulated MRL levels for over 800 pesticide residues in tea. All methods described in this book are validated by an independent, U.S.-based organization (AOAC International), and all indexes have satisfied AOAC International's criteria.

China has a history of 5000 years in growing tea and is a large tea producer with 80 million people involved in tea growing. China exports tea to over 100 countries worldwide, enjoying a high reputation for quality and variety.

  • Covers a wide range of research activities that are highly appropriate to current research methods
  • Reflects the most recent research in nearly all cases, providing an excellent compilation of feasible methods needed for official analysis
  • Describes methods that are internationally validated by an independent, U.S.-based organization (AOAC International)
  • Authored by Dr. Pang, who is internationally recognized in the area of pesticide residues and other contaminants in foods

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1. High-throughput GC-MS and HPLC-MS/MS techniques for the multiclass, multiresidue determination of 653 pesticides and chemical pollutants in tea
2. Comparative study of extraction efficiencies of three sample preparation techniques and cleanup efficiency of SPE cartridge
3. The evaluation of the ruggedness of the method on different conditions
4. Studies on the matrix effects in the pesticide residue analysis of tea
5. The degradation of pesticide residues in aged Oolong tea by gas chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry
6. The degradation of pesticide residues in incurred green tea from field trial
7. A comparative study on the influences of tea hydration for the method efficiency of pesticide multiresidues
8. High-Throughput Analytical Method for Determination of multi-Classes and multi-Kinds of 653 Residue Pesticides and Chemical Pollutants in Tea by GC-MS, GC-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS-AOAC Collaborative Study
9. Screening of 510 Pesticide residue in tea by liquid chromatography/quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry
10. Screening of 504 Pesticide residue in tea by gas chromatography/quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry
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Pang, Guo-Fang
Professor Pang owns more than 30 years' experience on the inspection and quarantine work, devoting himself to the research on the theory and practice of food scientific analysis and conducting the pioneering research work in the field of trace element analytical techniques of pesticide and veterinary drug residues. He has made many innovations in the study of new techniques of rapid detection of multiresidues with high sensitivity, high selectivity and high resolutions as well as in the study of new techniques and new methods. He makes many achievements in the standardization of analytical techniques and engineering, giving a boost to the development of the relative techniques of our country. He focuses his study on the high through-put techniques of the trace elements of over 1000 pesticides and veterinary drug residues and established 139 China National Standards and 3 AOAC Official Methods, improving the quality of relative products and giving an impetus to the development of foreign trade. He won the Second Prize of the State Scientific and Technical Progress 3 times. He published more than 110 papers and 10 books.
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