Detection and measurement of organic lampricide residues

  • 18 Pages
  • 2.51 MB
  • English
Great Lakes Fishery Commission , Ann Arbor, Mich
Lampreys., Trifluoromethylnitrophenol., Dichloronitrosalicylani
Statementby Stacy L. Daniels [and others]
SeriesGreat Lakes Fishery Commission. Technical report, no. 9
LC ClassificationsSH36 .G7 no. 9
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 18 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5976824M
LC Control Number66003320

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Get this from a library. Detection and measurement of organic lampricide residues. [Stacy L Daniels]. DETECTION AND MEASUREMENT OF ORGANIC LAMPRICIDE RESIDUES Stacy L. Daniels, Lloyd L. Kempe, Thomas J. Billy and Alfred M. Beeton ABSTRACT The selective lampricide, 3-trifluoromethylnitrophenol (TFM), and its synergist, 5,2’-dichloro-4’-nitrosalicylanilide (DCN), are separa-ble from natural waters by anion adsorbed compounds can.

Chicken fat, blood, and feces are the primary organic residues that may remain attached to the equipment surfaces in chicken processing plants, and stainless steel is the most commonly used material in the manufacture of poultry processing equipment.

Hence they were chosen to be tested in this study. The organic residue samples were collected. Assessment of Organic Residues on Medical Devices 16 November Boopathy Dhanapal, Daniel Zurbürgg, Jeff Rufner Ray Gsell.

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Overview of test methods and evaluation 3. FTIR method for organic residues at low levels 4. Gunshot residues is vital evidence in firearms related crimes and therefore it is vital to investigate the detection of GSR via estimation of firing distance.

Particularly in the case of gunshot residues, the tandem detection of both organic and inorganic residues is highly relevant. These emerging methods have the potential to scale the technology to hand held devices, to target a large variety of species at low detection limits, and to offer simplicity of by: 7.

Pesticide Residues in Foods:Technologies andMethodologies for Detection Roger C. Herdman,Assistant Director, OTA Health and Life Sciences Division Walter E. Parham, Food and Renewable Resources Program Manager Susan Shen,Project Director Contractors H. Anson Moye,University of Florida Allen Ruby,In-House Contractor Lisa Olson,Editor.

CURRENT STATUS OF ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR THE DETECTION OF RESIDUES IN BEE PRODUCTS S. BOGDANOV The limit of detection of organic acids lies at about 1 ppm. Apiacta 3, norms allow precise and reproducible measurements of trace amounts of residues File Size: KB. A combined method of detection for inorganic and organic GSR, known as IGSR and OGSR respectively, would allow immediate detection of OGSR via a color presumptive test, and subsequent confirmatory analysis of IGSR via scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (SEM-EDX) on the same adhesive sampling device without splitting the by: 4.

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Student volunteers also reported the finding of a technical report from the Great Lakes Fisheries Commission on the detection and measurement of organic lampricide residues 20 that reports a molar absorptivity for 2‐NP of 5, M −1 cm −1 at nm in M NaOH and cites Lang () This technical report is available to all students as an online PDF by: 2.

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In previous studies (Loper and Lang, ; Loper et al., ; Lang et al., in press; Kurzepa et al., in press), we used shortterm bioassays to demonstrate the mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, and toxicity of residues prepared from samples of drinking water from six U.

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Standard Test Method for Measurement of Purgeable Organic Compounds in Water by Capillary Column Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry: D - 02() Standard Test Method for Total Carbon, Inorganic Carbon, and Organic Carbon in Water by Ultraviolet, Persulfate Oxidation, and Membrane Conductivity Detection: D - 97()e1.

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NaOH solution. The organic compounds which have basic groups dissove in dil. HCl solution like: Dissolve in Size: KB. mission on the detection and measurement of organic lampricide residues that reports a molar absorptivity for 2-NP of 5, M 21 cm 21 at nm in M NaOH and cites Lang ().Cited by: 2.

advantages and drawbacks, and their ability and applicability for pesticide residues determination, with special emphases on plant material and soil samples.

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The quantitation of residue covers a component boiling point range from 69°C to °C, equivalent to. Frequencies of detection (Table 1) for five OP metabolites in urine samples collected from 23 children throughout the study period differed during the conventional diet phases (phases 1 and 3) and varied significantly between conventional and organic diet phases for two metabolites [malathion dicarboxylic acid (MDA), metabolite of malathion Cited by: