Analysis of Organophosphorus and Organic Iodine Pesticide Residues by Microwave Powered Emission Spectrometry
Several selective detectors for use in gas chromatographic analysis of organophosphorus insecticides have been developed. The microcoulometric detector  and the sodium thermionic detector  are well known and are being routinely used for residue analysis. More recently the flame emission , the stacked flame detector , and the phosphine reduction detector  have become commercially available for these compounds.
KeywordsSweet Corn Atomic Line Organophosphorus Insecticide Flame Emission High Spectrometer Resolution
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