The analytical chemistry department at plays a supportive role to all of our service areas and sites. Analytical techniques such as TLC, HPLC, GC-MS and LC-MS/MS are standard. Large-scale field testing and five-batch studies, are also performed by our team.
Our analytical chemistry team provides support for studies throughout the company:
Method implementation, development and validation
HPLC analysis with both on- and off-line radiodetection for the quantitation of radiolabelled test items and their metabolites
Quantitative LC-MS analysis using our state-of-the-art triple quadrupole instruments
GC and GC-MS analysis
Identification of unknown metabolites through close collaboration with our Environmental Fate and Metabolism teams
Our equipment includes various forms of HPLC with different detectors, HPLC/MS/MS (including a SCIEX QTRAP® 6500 and accurate mass ThermoFisher Q-Exactive), GC, GC/MS in EI, CI and NCI mode, preparative HPLC and further non-chromatographic equipment required for the tests.
Our mass spectrometrists have more than 25 years of combined expertise in identifying metabolites in biological and environmental samples.
We offer residue studies across various climate zones:
Development and validation of analytical methods for active substances and metabolites in crop, environmental and animal matrices
Dietary residue studies, complete field and lab solutions with partners,
Terrestrial field dissipation studies, complete field and lab solutions with partners.
Analytical support for ecotoxicological studies: Residues in bees, arthropods, nectar, pollen and honey…
Freezer storage stability studies
i2L Research provides the field part of the study while IES performs the analytical chemistry.
Chemical and PhysicoChemical Characterisation
We provide physicochemical characterisation of chemical products through:
Dose verifications for in-house ecotoxicology and environmental fate studies as well as for external toxicology
Analytical Certification Work
Determination of partition coefficient (n-octanol/water) OECD 117 or 107 or 123.
Determination of the adsorption coefficient OECD 121 (HPLC).
Water solubility and solubility in organic solvents: OECD 105.
UV-VIS absorption spectra: OECD 101
Fat solubility of solid and liquid substances: OECD 116
Hydrolysis as a function of pH: OECD 111
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