Advances in Environmental Analysis eSeminar
Separation Science, in collaboration with PerkinElmer and Waters has developed an online eSeminar focusing on new methods and applications in environmental analysis. This unique on-demand event brings together some of the leading exponents in environmental analysis and provide an interactive learning environment for scientists working in these fields.
A Universal Mass Spectrometry-Based System for Environmental Analysis using Q-Tof Mass Spectrometry Coupled with GCxGC and Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization
Participants will learn:
- How GCxGC, in combination with a fast scanning, high resolution Q-TOF instrument, can significantly reduce interferences in complex environmental samples.
- The use of tandem mass spectrometry experiments to obtain structure diagnostic fragmentation and ion-molecule reactions that can aid in compound identification.
- How both targeted and non-targeted analyses can be performed in a single injection.
- Why mass spectrometers equipped with atmospheric pressure ionization sources could eventually replace specialized GC-HRMS instruments for the analysis of dioxin and related persistent organic pollutants.
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