Automotive Material and Tailpipe Emissions Analysis: SIFT-MS
presented by Yan Li and
This webinar introduces Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS). Various applications of SIFT-MS will be described in the webinar, including exhaust gas analysis, emission screening of synthetic and natural vehicle components, and evaporative emissions analysis.
Cryogen-Free Analysis of Trace-Level EPA TO-15 ‘Air Toxics’ in Humid Air
presented by David Wevill
Drinking Water Monitoring and Ultra-Sensitive Measurement of Iron in Water
presented by Carolin Klein & Fabian Zieschang
Evaluation of a High-Sensitivity GC-MS/MS in the Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Complex Samples
presented by Katerina Mastovska
Routine GC×GC for Environmental Monitoring
presented by Dr Laura McGregor
High-Throughput Volatile Compound Analysis for the Testing Laboratory Using Direct MS
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) in Drinking Water Using Solid-Phase Extraction and LC-MS/MS
This application note outlines a simple solid-phase extraction procedure for the extraction of 26 diverse PFASs in drinking water using UCT’s polymeric weak-anion exchange SPE cartridges (ENVIRO-CLEAN® WAX).
Going Beyond the Requirements of US EPA Method TO-15: Innovative Cryogen-free Ambient Air Monitoring of Trace-level Air Toxics at High Humidity
This application note demonstrates how a canister autosampler (using innovative cryogen-free water-removal technology) and thermal desorption–gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (TD–GC–MS) together allow the analysis of a range of trace-level air toxics from air at 100% relative humidity (RH), in accordance with US EPA Method TO-15 and related methods with lower detection limits.