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Automated gel permeation system for rapid separation of industrial chemicals and organo phosphate and chlorinated pesticides from fats

Automated gel permeation system for rapid separation of industrial chemicals and organo phosphate and chlorinated pesticides from fats

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 30(6): 1038-1041

A gel permeation chromatography (GPC) system for the rapid separation of industrial chemicals and organophosphate and chlorinated pesticides from fats was developed. The system used Bio-Beads SX-3 with a methylene chloride-n-hexane (50:50 vol/vol) solvent system. This gave good recoveries for a wide range of industrial chemicals and pesticides; < 1% fat remained in the pesticide fraction.

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