Featured Presentations

GC×GC: From Niche to Necessity?

In this eSeminar you’ll hear from leading specialists in the field about how changes in hardware are extending its capabilities from the niche to the mainstream. Also covered are some fascinating examples of real-life applications that have benefited from the separating power of GC×GC.

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On-demand Webinar

This is How You GC: Mastering the Art of Column Maintenance

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This webinar discusses useful tips and tricks for slimming down the time it takes to trim or change your column. Amongst other things you will learn how to identify when it’s time to perform column-related maintenance and how to change or trim your column without needing to vent your MS.

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On-demand Webinars

Turning Up the Heat on WAX Columns Without Getting Burned

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Habits for a Healthy GC: Insider Tips

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Preserving Peak Performance of Your GC-MS

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This on-demand webinar highlights the importance of preventative maintenance when it comes to a GC-MS system. You will learn when it is time to replace GC-MS supplies, when to replace often forgotten, but crucial, supply parts, and how gas quality and column bleed can affect your chromatography.

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Featured Applications

Flavour Profiling of Various Beverages Using High-Capacity Sorptive Extraction and TD-GC-MS

A series of application briefs provides detailed studies of flavour profiling of a variety of beverages by high-capacity sorptive extraction with analysis by TD–GC–MS. The beverages under investigation were milk, filter coffee, herbal infusions, alchoholic spirits and premium teas.

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A Method for PAHs in Yerba Mate Tea Using Modified QuEChERS, SPE and GC-TOFMS and GC-MS/MS

This application note demonstrates a much less resource-intensive modified QuEChERS extraction and silica solid phase extraction sample cleanup method that was developed and yielded good quantitative recoveries for PAHs in yerba mate tea.

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