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Simultaneous Analysis of Residual Pesticides Using High-Speed Scan and Smart SIM+ of GCMS-QP2050

User Benefits

  • Fast Automated Scan/SIM Type (FASST) functionality enables quantitative analysis in SIM mode and qualitative analysis in scan
  • The industry’s fastest scan speed of 30,000 u/sec prevents quantitation accuracy losses even for FASST measurements.


Residual pesticide regulations have been tightened due to growing global interest in food safety and security. The introduction of a positive list system in Europe, the U.S., and Japan has resulted in growing needs for simultaneous analysis of more than several hundred pesticides. Shimadzu GCMSQP2050 gas chromatograph mass spectrometers offer the industry’s highest level of sensitivity, scan speed, and durability, making them ideal for simultaneous analysis in various industries, such as for residualpesticide analysis.

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