Determination of diphacinone residues in Hawaiian invertebrates.


A reversed-phase ion-pair liquid chromatographic analysis combined with a solid-phase extraction clean-up method is used to assess the quantity of diphacinone residue found in invertebrates. Three invertebrate species are exposed to commercially available diphacinone-fortified bait used for rat control. The invertebrate samples are collected, frozen, and… (More)


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@article{Primus2006DeterminationOD, title={Determination of diphacinone residues in Hawaiian invertebrates.}, author={Thomas M. Primus and Dennis J. Kohler and John Johnston and Robert T. Sugihara and William C. Pitt}, journal={Journal of chromatographic science}, year={2006}, volume={44 1}, pages={1-5} }