The detection of trace amounts of pesticides is essential for the quality control of waters, particularly with their inevitable increasing use with the growing demand for food. In this study, we report on the detection of atrazine, a highly toxic herbicide, down to 5 × 10−12 M, which is sufficient to monitor the quality of drinking water even according to the most stringent international regulations...
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