The high-throughput analytical approach proposed for the assay of rotenone in lake and river waters presented here is based on atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) methodology whereby the analyte and internal standard solutions are directly analyzed, without any previous chromatographic separation. The very good accuracy is obtained by the critical choice of a reference compound that shows gas-phase chemistry similar to that of the analyte, by producing the same product ions selected for the MRM-based assay.

The high-throughput analytical approach proposed for the assay of rotenone in lake and river waters presented here is based on atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) methodology whereby the analyte and internal standard solutions are directly analyzed, without any previous chromatographic separation. The very good accuracy is obtained by the critical choice of a reference compound that shows gas-phase chemistry similar to that of the analyte, by producing the same product ions selected for the MRM-based assay. Copyright (c) 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Assay of rotenone in river water by high-throughput tandem mass spectrometry and multiple-reaction monitoring methodology

DI DONNA L;MAZZOTTI, Fabio;SINDONA, Giovanni;TAGARELLI, Antonio
2005

Abstract

The high-throughput analytical approach proposed for the assay of rotenone in lake and river waters presented here is based on atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) methodology whereby the analyte and internal standard solutions are directly analyzed, without any previous chromatographic separation. The very good accuracy is obtained by the critical choice of a reference compound that shows gas-phase chemistry similar to that of the analyte, by producing the same product ions selected for the MRM-based assay. Copyright (c) 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
The high-throughput analytical approach proposed for the assay of rotenone in lake and river waters presented here is based on atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) methodology whereby the analyte and internal standard solutions are directly analyzed, without any previous chromatographic separation. The very good accuracy is obtained by the critical choice of a reference compound that shows gas-phase chemistry similar to that of the analyte, by producing the same product ions selected for the MRM-based assay.
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