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A Method for the Rapid and Simultaneous Analysis of Sweeteners in Various Food Products Using the AC...
Library Number: APNT134791123 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1737.95 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, a fast, reliable, and sensitive method for the identification and quantification of sweeteners has been developed for food and beverage manufacturers.

Real-Time Analysis of Flavors Using DART and the ACQUITY QDa Mass Detector
Library Number: APNT134938089 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1021.15 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Application Notes

This application note demonstrates the utility of DART (direct analysis in real time) and ACQUITY QDa mass detection for rapid, accurate, and cost-effective flavor characterization, for monitoring product quality, and reducing production costs

Determination of Isoflavones in Dietary Supplements: A Comparison of Mass Detection with UV Detectio...
Library Number: APNT134925669 | Format: PDF | File Size: 392.16 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note (Part 3 of 3), the concentrations of 6 isoflavones in dietary supplements were determined using a UHPLC method with both PDA and mass detection, highlighting the benefits mass detection for the quantitative determination of isofla...

Strategies for On-Line Sample Enrichment and Confirmation of Analytes in a Complex Food Matrix
Library Number: APNT134921200 | Format: PDF | File Size: 414.99 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, learn how mass detection can be deployed in food QC lab environments to provide the selectivity and sensitivity necessary to detect low levels of compounds in complex matrices, such as orange juice.

Fast Analysis of Isoflavones in Dietary Supplements – USP Method Transfer onto a UHPLC System
Library Number: APNT134919286 | Format: PDF | File Size: 324.67 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

This application note (Part 1 of 3) demonstrates the transfer of the USP method onto an ACQUITY Arc UHPLC System and the ACQUITY QDa Mass Detector with reduced analysis time of isoflavones from 74 min to 18 min.

Fast Analysis of Isoflavones in Dietary Supplements – Benefits of Mass Detection in Method Transfer ...
Library Number: APNT134919282 | Format: PDF | File Size: 732.19 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

This application note (Part 2 of 3) demonstrates the benefits of mass detection for the analysis of isoflavones in dietary supplements, including reduced method development and transfer times, improved data quality and simplified peak detection.

Profiling Mono and Disaccharides in Milk and Infant Formula Using the ACQUITY Arc System and ACQUITY...
Library Number: APNT134900891 | Format: PDF | File Size: 571.8 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, learn how the combination of chromatographic retention time and mass information can provide improved selectivity for the profiling of sugars and sugar alcohols.

Waters 2017 Food Testing Application Notes Booklet
Library Number: APNT134800757 | Format: PDF | File Size: 11822.48 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Application Notes

Read our in-depth application notes to learn about the latest analytical methods for pesticides, food allergens, veterinary drugs, food contact materials, natural toxins, food authenticity, and food ingredients testing.

Rapid Screening of Fatty Acids in Oil Supplements Using Ambient Ionization (DART) and Mass Detection
Library Number: APNT134897040 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1509.35 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, we demonstrate the utility and ease-of-use of DART coupled to single quadrupole mass detection for the identification and rapid authentication of omega-3 and omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids in oil supplements.

Rapid Profiling and Authentication of Cinnamon Samples Using Ambient Ionization (DART) and Single Qu...
Library Number: APNT134897051 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1884 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, we describe a novel approach that employs DART and the ACQUITY QDa Detector for the simple and rapid analysis of cinnamon samples to determine species origin.

Determination of Lasalocid and Tylosin at Therapeutically Relevant Levels in Animal Feed Using UPLC...
Library Number: APNT134878953 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1080.99 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, we demonstrate as a proof-of-concept a comparison of two veterinary drugs, lasalocid and tylosin, analyzed through a traditional HPLC-PDA and UPLC-MS.

Profiling and Quantification of Mono and Disaccharides and Selected Alditols in Juice, Beer, Wine, a...
Library Number: APNT134880037 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1769.46 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, we describe the application of the ACQUITY QDa Detector coupled to the ACQUITY Arc System for the profiling and quantification of sugars in juice, wine, beer, and whiskey samples.

Screening for Melamine, Cyanuric Acid, and Dicyandiamide in Powdered Milk and Infant Formula Using M...
Library Number: APNT134847634 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1742.85 kB | Year: 2015 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note we describe a method using the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System coupled to ACQUITY QDa Detector, and controlled by Empower Software for consistent and simple quantification of melamine, cyanuric acid, and dicyandiamide.

Analysis of Flavonoids in Juices with the ACQUITY QDa Detector
Library Number: APNT134803629 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1486.54 kB | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Application Notes

This application note describes a fast, simple, and reliable method for the QC and profiling of flavonoids in citrus species using the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System and the ACQUITY QDa Detector.

Analysis of 2- and 4-Methylimidazole in Beverages using Alliance HPLC with Mass Detection
Library Number: APNT134820627 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1773.03 kB | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note we show a rapid analysis (<8.5 min) for 4-MEI and its isomer, 2-MEI using HPLC separation on a Waters CORTECS Column with mass detection.

Rapid Quantitative Analysis of 12 Mycotoxins in Processed Maize Using Myco6in1+ Immunoaffinity Clean...
Library Number: APNT134803632 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1363.25 kB | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, we describe a simple and accurate method for the quantitative analysis of multiple mycotoxins in processed maize using an immuno-affinity cleanup method and a single detector.

Application Notebook: Food Testing Using the ACQUITY QDa Detector
Library Number: APNT134794069 | Format: PDF | File Size: 3924.18 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this compilation of application notes, learn how the addition of mass detection can enhance confidence in compound identification and increase detection selectivity in the analysis of food and beverages. Updated March 2017.

Selective and Sensitive Screening of Chloramphenicol in Milk Using the ACQUITY UPLC I-Class System a...
Library Number: APNT134790051 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1500.52 kB | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, we describe an easy to use method that employs mass detection coupled with liquid chromatography for screening chloramphenicol in milk.

Selective Quantitative Determination of Water Soluble Vitamins in Various Food Matrices Using the AC...
Library Number: APNT134784742 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1470 kB | Year: 2014 | Content Type: Application Notes

In this application note, 12 water soluble vitamins (WSVs) were analyzed in dietary supplements and beverage samples using the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System with the ACQUITY QDa Detector.

Selective Analysis of Patulin in Apple Juice Using the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System with the ACQUITY ...
Library Number: APNT134766613 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1941.77 kB | Year: 2013 | Content Type: Application Notes

Ensures unambiguous detection of patulin at levels ten times lower than legislative requirements for apple juice and half the legislative requirements for baby food.