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Multiresidue Determination of Organophorous Pesticides in Camellia Oil by Matrix Solid-Phase Dispersion Followed by GC-FPD

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A novel analytical approach has been developed and evaluated for the quantitative analysis of 15 organophorous pesticides residues in camellia oils. The proposed methodology is based on acetonitrile/water (3:1, V/V) extraction, followed by matrix solid-phase dispersion, using aminopropyl as dispersant material. Then gas chromatography-flame photometric detection was applied for the pesticide residue analysis. The optimal sorbent quantity was studied. The results demonstrated that the method achieved acceptable quantitative recoveries of 71.5 %–104.2 % with relative standard deviations <19 %, and the method limit of detection at or below the regulatory maximum residue limits for the pesticides were achieved.

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This work was supported by the Applied Research Project in the Public Interest of Zhejiang Province (2012C22090) and Special Fund for Forestry Scientific Research in the Public Interest (201204414).

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Liu, Y., Shen, D. & Tang, F. Multiresidue Determination of Organophorous Pesticides in Camellia Oil by Matrix Solid-Phase Dispersion Followed by GC-FPD. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 89, 1057–1061 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00128-012-0818-1

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Keywords

  • Pesticide
  • Camellia oil
  • Residue
  • MSPD