Testing for mosquito repellent residue

Honeywell white paper - testing for mosquito repellent residue

High-quality reference materials advance analyses, save time, and reduce costs

Residues of mosquito repellent left on foods and other products pose a potential health and environmental risk. Repellents containing DEET reportedly have adverse effects on non-target organisms, and may be unsafe for use by pregnant women and children. Download this report to discover how Honeywell’s high-quality reference materials can advance analyses, save time, and reduce costs.

This white paper will help you to:

  • Identify and understand the risks posed by mosquito repellent residues
  • Identify common analytical techniques used to test for residues
  • Discover the benefits of well documented and technically supported reference materials

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