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We are delighted to share with you these on-demand environmental analysis presentations delivered by Agilent scientists and leading researchers from industry and academia.

Discover how Agilent’s technologies and workflows are used by to provide cutting-edge environmental testing solutions for a wide range of regulated and emerging compounds.

 

On demand presentation topics include:

  • Target and suspect contaminant screening workflows
  • Poly and Perfluorinated Substances (PFAS)
  • Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products (PPCPs)
  • Hormones and endocrine disruptors
  • Glyphosate and other polar pesticides
  • Microcystins
  • Microplastics

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Water Analysis | Pesticides

Pesticides & Herbicides compounds used to control weeds, mold, bacteria, insects, and rodents are widely used throughout the world. Due to their widespread use, agricultural chemicals find their way into the food chain, water supply, and soil resulting in potentially dangerous exposure levels to humans. While not fully understood, exposure to pesticides may interfere with neurological development and disrupt a person’s endocrine system. For a complete characterization and sensitive quantification of pesticides in the environment, both an LC-MS and GC-MS system are required. Agilent’s complete workflow solutions for pesticides analysis include sample preparation products, chromatography, mass spectrometry, data reporting and expert application services, provide everything needed to tackle challenges associated with pesticide analysis in the environment.

 

Resources

Measurement of Underivatized Glyphosate and Other Polar Pesticides in Surface and Drinking Water

Application Note

Analysis of Drinking Water with the Agilent 8860 GC and 7697A Headspace Sampler

Application Note

Analysis of Parathion-Ethyl in Water with 85 μm Polyacrylate SPME Fibers

Application Note