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Practical strategies to decrease uncertainty in comprehensive extractables and leachables analysis by LC/MS

Learn practical strategies to decrease uncertainty in comprehensive extractables and leachables analysis by LC/MS.

BatteriesEnergy & ChemicalsMass SpectrometryRenewable EnergyWebinarsSimon Nelms (Thermo Fisher Scientific) and Sascha Nowak (Munster Electrochemical Energy)

Powering through the complexity of lithium ion battery analysis

This presentation highlights the requirements of elemental analysis throughout the battery supply chain and the key role that the Thermo Scientific™ iCAP RQplus ICP-MS instruments and other...

Gas ChromatographyWebinarsVanessa Abercrombie (Agilent Technologies), Samuel Haddad (Agilent Technologies) and Diane Turner (Anthias Consulting Ltd)

Ask the Agilent Experts – Part 4: GC and GC/MS Scientists Discuss & Answer Your Most Frequently Asked Questions

We will discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about GC and GCMS that we have received. Some may seem like simple questions, but they have...

BioclinicalBiomarkersDiagnosticsMass SpectrometryWebinarsLuojiao Huang (Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research, Leiden University)

Understanding Metabolic Pathways Using Mass Isotopologue Analysis with HILIC Zeno MRM High-Resolution

In this presentation, you will see how a method that couples hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC) with Zeno trap-enabled high-resolution multiple reaction monitoring (MRMHR) was developed in...

Extractables & LeachablesHyphenated TechniquesImpurity AnalysisLiquid ChromatographyPharmaceuticalWebinarsChongming Liu (SGS Health Science) and Sven Hackbusch (Thermo Fisher Scientific)

Practical strategies to decrease uncertainty in comprehensive extractables and leachables analysis by LC/MS

In extractables studies, LC/UV/MS is commonly used to detect and annotate the non-volatile fraction of compounds. In this presentation, we discuss the challenges associated with these analyses...

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