Rapid Detection of Thiabendazole Residues in Apple Juice by Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Coupled with Nanoparticles

This study provided a simple, rapid, and sensitive approach for analyzing thiabendazole in foods, showing great potential in the analysis of other trace contaminants in food matrices.

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