Separation Science, in collaboration with Waters, has developed a series of open-access online LC learning courses covering choosing base particles, ligands and hardware for robust chromatographic separations.
Video application and complementary application note focused on the analysis of a newly introduced fuel marker in diesel fuel by 2-dimensional GC/MS with the use of hydrogen...
GC/MS/MS Analysis of PAHs Using Hydrogen Carrier Gas with the Agilent HydroInert Source in a Challenging Soil Matrix
Video application and complementary application notes focused on GC/MS/MS analysis of PAHs.
Volatile Organic Compounds Analysis in Drinking Water with Headspace GC/MSD Using Hydrogen Carrier Gas and HydroInert Source
Application note and related assets focused on volatile organic compounds analysis with headspace GC/MSD and hydrogen carrier gas and HydroInert source.
Karl Fischer titration is still the most used, most accurate, and fastest method to determine water content in all kinds of sample matrices.
Resolve GC-MS issues with Shimadzu's free troubleshooting guide. Fix baseline, resolution, and peak problems. Ideal for analytical chemists.
Resolve LC-MS issues with Shimadzu's free troubleshooting guide. Fix sensitivity, resolution, and peak problems. Ideal for analytical chemists.
The release of chemicals from products and materials has been at the centre of increased scrutiny from regulators, industry and consumers alike.
Ask the Agilent Experts – Part 4: GC and GC/MS Scientists Discuss & Answer Your Frequently Asked Questions
Following up from our very successful previous sessions, we are delighted to offer another panel discussion in the ever popular “Ask the Agilent Experts” series.
Discover all you need to know GC/MS in selected ion monitoring (SIM) mode using hydrogen as the GC carrier gas.
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