Smart Pesticides Database Ver. 2
Residual Pesticides Database for GC-MS/MS Analysis
Smart Pesticides Database contains the retention indices and transitions for 530 pesticides. Ver. 2 additionally contains measurement ions for SIM mode, so it can be applied to both SIM and MRM analyses.
Thanks to the retention indices contained in the database and the AART function, retention times can be revised automatically without the use of pesticide standards.
Furthermore, the Smart MRM/SIM function allows automatic creation of the optimal measurement programs for multicomponent simultaneous analysis using MRM and SIM modes.
Lastly, the database can be customized to the GC conditions and the addition of new components
Supporting simultaneous multicomponent, high-speed analysis, the database can enable a choice of methods according to the usage.
In addition, the database contains retention indices for multiple columns with different polarities. As a result, even if peaks of target pesticides and contaminants overlap it can use a different column.
If the database is used in combination with the Twin Line MS system, analysis with different columns can be performed smoothly, without compromising the MS vacuum.
Provides Total Solution Including Certified Standard Substances, a Pretreatment Kit, and Consumables
If used in combination with the recommended Certified standard substances, pretreatment kit, columns, and insert liners, the database enables high-accuracy pesticide analysis.
The recommended pretreatment kit and the recommended protocol can be applied even to high-matrix samples such as health foods and processed foods.
In conducting recovery tests in health foods for 220 pesticides, using the database, recommended pretreatment kit, pretreatment protocol, and Certified standard substances, we succeeded in obtaining excellent ratios in over 80 percent of components.
Health foods contain many contaminants. Because it includes transitions for the separation of contaminants, the database minimizes their impact.
Additionally, the database can separate contaminants by allowing analysis with a different column, even if peaks of target pesticides and contaminants overlap. If the database is used in combination with the Twin Line MS system, analysis with different columns can be performed smoothly, without compromising the MS vacuum.
A printed handbook of the recommended pretreatment protocol is provided (C146-E333), allowing customers to try the pretreatment process with ease.