Achieving a Better GC-MS Workflow

With increasing demands on time, labor, and resources, optimizing how you manage your workflow is vital. This webinar offers a glimpse at some of the best approaches delivered by GC-TOFMS experts to help improve one- and two-dimensional gas chromatography applications (GC-MS and GCxGC-MS).

Switching to Hydrogen Carrier Gas

Using hydrogen as a carrier gas for gas chromatography with an open ion source design can bring about significant time and cost savings. Analyses run quicker, data quality remains effectively the same, and a renewable hydrogen generator can cut helium costs.

Examples of 1D and 2D method transfer, time reductions, and real-life examples of data quality for a variety of environmental and aroma applications are also presented in this webinar.

GC-MS Analysis Workflow

Making incremental time savings at various points of the workflow can amount to significant savings in the long run.

See aroma and flavor examples to find out how automated sample prep and enhanced Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry (TOF-MS) analysis, accompanied by innovative software solutions for the comparison and analyze data and results, can save time and resources in the laboratory.

  • Part I: ChromaTOF Sync for GC-MS Analysis
  • Part II: ChromaTOF Tile for GCxGC-MS Analysis

Discovery Workflow Best Practices

Knowing exactly what to look for is not always as straightforward as it should be, which is generally the case with environmental contaminants and pollutants. The task may initially seem daunting, but high-resolution TOF-MS and GCxGC are an excellent combination for non-targeted searches.

With the tools built into the Pegasus® HRT+4D and the Multi-Mode Source (MMS), identifying unknowns can be improved significantly, therefore, boosting confidence in results.

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