Introduction to the Rapid Evaporative Ionization Mass Spectrometry (REIMS) technique fundamentals and applicability to direct food analysis

Library Number:
WEBC134873518
Author(s):
Sara Stead
Source:
SpectroscopySolutions
Content Type:
On Demand Webinar
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2nd SpectroscopySolutions 2015 eConference

This on-demand event features presentations focused on a combination of fundamentals, best practices, and method development, complemented by a series of application talks divided into sections focusing on food, environmental, pharmaceutical, bioanalytical, and clinical research.

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Summary:
Rapid Evaporative Ionization Mass Spectrometry (REIMS) is an emerging technique that allows direct characterization of biological tissues, food, and environmental samples without the requirement for sample preparation in near real-time.

In this presentation, learn about the origins of the REIMS technology, the technology hardware and software fundamentals, the characteristics of the technique, and the applicability of REIMS for a wide variety of food and environmental applications. Hosted by SpectroscopySolutions.

Speaker:
Dr. Sara Stead, Waters Corporation, UK

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