Laboratory test tube QuEChERS Mix V
for forensicspolypropylenefor sample storage

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laboratory, for forensics
for sample storage, centrifuge


Advantages of QuEChERS (“Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged and Safe“ ) products in comparison with classical clean-up methods - Easy to handle and time-saving procedure as well as no need for glassware (convenient and economical). Low consumption of solvents and no need for chlorinated solvents (environmentally friendly). Broad range of pesticides can be detected and rugged method with high and safe recovery rates (reliable and good performance). These are the demands of modern sample preparation. The QuEChERS (pronounced as “catchers”) method, introduced by Anastassiades et al. in 2003, and the continuous development created an expansion of ready-to-use mixtures. QuEChERS became the method of choice in sample preparation for the analysis of pesticides and drugs in fruit, vegetables and other matrices. Hazardous material - No QuEChERS method - Clean-up, EN 15662 Mode - Dispersive SPE (dSPE) Composition - 150 mg MgSO₄, 25 mg Diamino (PSA), 7.5 mg Carbon Matrix properties - Higher content of chlorophyll and carotinoids (pigments) Recommended application(s) - Blackberry, Food samples, Forensic and drug samples, Pepper, Pesticides, QuEChERS, Raspberry, Sample preparation, Samples with higher content of chlorophyll and carotinoids (pigments), Spinach Column type - Centrifuge tube, 2 mL Column volume - 2 mL Hardware - Polypropylene (PP) MgSO₄ - 150 mg MgSO₄ Diamino (PSA) - 25 mg Diamino (PSA) Carbon - 7.5 mg Carbon Storage temperature - RT Scope of delivery - 10x5 centrifuge tubes (2 mL) filled with QuEChERS Mix, Certificate of analysis


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