Atomic Emission Detection for Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Nitrogen-Containing Herbicides in Water. Article in Journal of AOAC International, Volume 78, Number 6 (Nov/Dec 1995), pp. 1464-1473.
Atomic Emission Detection for Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Nitrogen-Containing Herbicides in Water. Article in Journal of AOAC International, Volume 78, Number 6 (Nov/Dec 1995), pp. 1464-1473. (Number of pages: 1) (Publication Size: 6KB)
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|Author(s)||Olson, N.L., R. Carrell, R. Cummings, R. Rieck, and S. Reimer|
|Description||A gas chromatography-atomic emission detection (GC-AED) system was used to analyze nitrogen-containing herbicides. Two methods of sample preparation were used to demonstrate the system’s applicability. Method 1 was U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Method 507. Method 2 was a modification of EPA Method 507 using larger sample volumes and smaller extract volumes to yield compound detection levels 30 times lower than detection levels from method 1.
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|Keywords||gas chromatograph, response, samples, nitrogen, methods, environmental, order, water, herbicide, Environmental Protection Agency|
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