||Automation of Pesticide Residue Analysis.
Jennings, R. W. ;
Jue, D. L. ;
Suggs., J. E. ;
||Food and Drug Administration, Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta Toxicology Branch.
||PB-276 900, PB-276 897
Chemical analysis ;
Tissue extracts ;
Gas chromatography ;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||The routine analysis of pesticide residue levels in biological tissue by gas-liquid chromatograhy is greatly facilitated by use of computers to reduce computation time. Modern systems can be readily adaped to small computers. The nature of gas chromatographic signals permits the insertion of digitizers between the gas chromatograph and the computer. The resulting system permits completely automatic retrieval of data; thus time is saved and operating efficiency of the analytical laboratory is increased.
||found in PB-276 897 titled: Journal articles on pesticide chemical analysis. Group 5.
||Summary in French and German. Pub. in Chromatographia 3, p353-356 1970.
||Included in the report, Journal Articles on Pesticide Chemical Analysis. Group 5, PB-276 897.
||Reprint: Automation of Pesticide Residue Analysis,
|PUB Date Free Form
||28 Apr 70
||7D; 6F; 6E; 68E; 99A; 57P; 57D
||(Order as PB-276 897, MF A01)