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03-11-2023 | EURL-SRM

EUPT-SRM19 Website
19th EU proficiency test on pesticide residue analysis requiring single residue methods - Matrix: Grape Homogenate

26-10-2023 | EURL-FV

European Union Proficiency Test for Pesticide Residues in Special Commodities EUPT-FV- SC07

13-10-2023 | EURL-FV

EURL-FV (2023-T8) Guidelines for Testing and Replacement of Standards in the AQC EU-SANTE Document
e-Platform. EURL-FV, puts at your disposal a series of formative tutorials.

12-05-2023 | EURL-AO

EURL-AO Training 2023
EURL-AO Training 2023

19-04-2023 | EURL-SRM

Risk of False Positives of Chloridazon-Desphenyl in Honey by LC-MS/MS
A new EURL-SRM Analytical Observations Report concerning the risk of false positive findings of chloridazon-desphenyl in honey by LC-MS/MS is available. Various chromatographic separation methods for chloridazon-desphenyl were tested to clarify the situation.

13-04-2023 | EURL-CF

Training in ÁSPE clean-up methods
Training in ÁSPE clean-up methods for NRLs

17-03-2023 | EURL-SRM

QuPPe-PO-Method Version 12.1
The QuPPe-PO-Method has been updated (now includes more detailed information on Honey analysis).

16-03-2023 | EURL-SRM

Analysis of the Folpet and Captan degradants Phthalimide (PI) and Tetrahydrophthalimide (THPI) by QuEChERS and LC-MS/MS
The Analytical Observation Report (SRM-49) on the analysis of PI and THPI via LC-MS/MS was updated by introducing additional validation data. This update also includes results of experiments concerning the transformation of Captan and Captafol to Tetrahydrophthalimide (THPI) and of Folpet to Phthalimide (PI), during various steps of the QuEChERS procedure and especially in thawed sample homogenates prior to extraction.

03-03-2023 | EURL-SRM

Determination of fluoride ion in food
Two approaches for the determination of Fluoride Ion via selective electrodes (ISE) are described: a) direct measurement in QuPPe extracts and b) measurement in diffusates derived by microdiffusion.


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The concept of the EU Reference Laboratories (EURLs, former CRLs) and National Reference Laboratories (NRLs) is layed down in the Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council. The overall objective of the EURLs and NRLs is to improve the quality, accuracy and comparability of the results at official control laboratories.

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