Pesticide Recovery Studies for Evaluation of Pest Management and Pesticide Monitoring Division, Water Analysis Methodology June 1974-June 1976
This is a final report describing percent recovery studies carried out using 10 representative pesticides for the validation of the environmental surface water analysis method used in the Department of the Army (DA) Pesticide Monitoring Program. In addition, this report presents lower limits on instrumental sensitivity for the 26 pesticides of the DA Pesticide Monitoring Program routine monitoring list. (Thirdly, this report presents data comparing automatic integration (Auto Lab System IV Computing Integrator) and manual (peak height measurement) quantitation techniques.
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acetone added addition amount analytical Apparatus Appendix Army Pesticide Monitoring Auto Lab Versus carried chlordane chromatographic peaks composited Computing Integrator concentrated CONTROL WATER SAMPLES DA Pesticide Monitoring Department DETERMINATION OF LOWER Discussion EC detection EC DETECTORS electron-capture eluting pesticides emulsions Entomological Special Study Environmental EVALUATION Experiments Recovery Data flasks Gas Chromatograph grade Graduated hexane washed instrumental sensitivity Lab Versus Peak limits of instrumental lower limits Management & Pesticide Monitoring Program routine ns F parathion peak height measurement Pest Management Pesticide Monitoring Division Pesticide Monitoring Program PESTICIDE RECOVERY STUDIES pesticides studied ppb 9 Program routine monitoring Quantitation Technique Spiking Recovery Data Percent Recovery Experiments Recovery REFERENCES residue routine monitoring list sensitivity using EC significant differences solubility Spiking Level Range standard summarized surface water System IV Computing TABLE Technique Spiking Level Teflon temperature tests toxaphene tubes Versus Peak Height WATER EXTRACTION METHOD water samples