Identification and Confirmatory Analysis Based on Capillary GC-Mass Spectrometry

  • Hans-Jürgen Stan
  • Thomas Heberer
Part of the Chemistry of Plant Protection book series (PLANT PROTECTIO, volume 11)

Abstract

In this chapter, the application of GC/MS for the confirmation of results positively monitored with screening methods using less selective detectors is described. Furthermore, the screening for pesticides in water—ranging from ground and tap to surface and sewage water—with full scan as well as the target compound analysis applying selected ion monitoring (SIM) is reviewed. The chapter starts with a short description of the different types of mass spectrometric equipment with respect to their suitability for GC/MS coupling. State of the art pesticide multiresidue analysis in water is demonstrated with examples from different pesticide classes. Since the examples in this chapter were mainly produced by the authors group, a survey of recent publications was prepared and is presented in a preceding subchapter. Furthermore, a case story of the elucidation of an unknown contaminant in ground water samples is reported. Finally a software program is described enabling automatic screening of water samples for a multitude of pesticides by searching dedicated pesticide libraries with full scan acquisition

Keywords

Phthalate Atrazine Heptachlor Aldrin Simazine 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hans-Jürgen Stan
    • 1
  • Thomas Heberer
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Food ChemistryTechnical University BerlinBerlinGermany

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