Smart Pesticides Database

Residual Pesticides Database for GC-MS/MS Analysis

 

This database software supports the creation of MRM methods for residual pesticides in complex matrices

Features

Supports the Simultaneous Analysis of Pesticides using GC-MS/MS

This database is registered with approximately 480 components and approximately 2,680 transitions, and eliminates the need to configure complicated analysis conditions.
Furthermore, retention indices are registered for all the components, enabling easy updating of retention times via the AART (Automatic Adjustment of Retention Time) function.
Analysis by the internal standard method is also supported, since information is registered for compounds that can be used as internal standard substances.

Create Optimal MRM Methods Automatically

The Smart MRM program creates MRM methods automatically. In multicomponent batch analysis, it is difficult to configure the measurement program settings. Smart MRM, however, allows the system to set the optimal program and create a high-sensitivity method.
The MRM method is created based on the retention time information for the target compounds. By utilizing the AART function, you can correct the retention times and proceed with method creation from just a single n-alkane analysis.

Easy to Customize

The database can be used to perform analysis not only under the conditions specified in the database, but also under different column and GC conditions by simply editing the retention indices.
In addition, new compounds can be added by using the GCMSsolution MRM Optimization Tool.
 

Procedure for Creating Method Files Utilizing Smart Pesticides Database

1. Perform an n-alkane analysis.

 

2. Update the retention times using AART.

 

3. Use Smart MRM to create the MRM method automatically.

 

 

Database Contents

・ AART method file
・ Database file

 
Number of Registered
Compounds
Number of Registered
Transitions
Pesticides 457 2631
Internal standard substances 22 44
The AART method file is registered with analysis conditions suited to the registered compounds. This allows you to start measurements without having to set analysis conditions and data analysis parameters.
The database file is registered with information on up to six transitions per component. In addition, retention indices are registered for all registered compounds, making it possible to create MRM methods from retention times corrected using the AART function.*


Column: SH-Rxi®-5Sil MS, 30 m x 0.25 mm I.D., df = 0.25 μm,

Applicable Systems

Operating Environment

OS: Microsoft® Windows® 7 Professional
Excel: Microsoft® Excel® 2010 (32-bit version), Excel® 2013 (32-bit version)
Workstation software: GCMSsolution ver. 4.20 or later

Remarks and Precautions

  1. Shimadzu makes no warranty regarding the accuracy of information included in the database or the usefulness of information obtained from using the database.
  2. Be sure to perform tests using standards to confirm qualitative and quantitative information obtained with the given system.
  3. To reliably identify registered substances using this database, measure samples using the instrument parameters specified in the method template files included in the product.
 

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* The retention indices registered in the database are calculated using the analysis conditions registered in the AART method file. If you are using the registered retention indices, use the column indicated below, under identical conditions.

NEWS / EVENT

March 26, 2018

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

This page may contain references to products that are not available in your country. Please contact us to check the availability of these products in your country.