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Reprinted from the Journal of the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, Vol. 48, October 1965.
Polarography is a rapid, sensitive, and relatively specific technique that can be applied to pesticide residue analysis. The technique should also prove a valuable tool in overall pesticide research, such as monitoring new columns, studying kinetics, identifying and determining metabolites, assaying primary pesticide standards, and conducting stability studies.
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