AbstractThis paper presents the results obtained in studies carried out in the evaluation of the Averell and Norris procedure for parathion determinations as applied to the West Indian Cherry. The data obtained showed that the samples need to be corrected for the interference effect of the solvent, benzene, which contains an appreciable apparent concentration of parathion. West Indian Cherries offer no interference background to the above procedure. Therefore, satisfactory residue data can be obtained for the West Indian Cherry by the Averell and Norris method.
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