This eLearning session is for anyone analyzing residual solvents or interested in quantitative GC-Headspace analyses. GC-Headspace is a powerful technique for the analysis of volatile compounds in neat samples or in a variety of matrices. A major use of GC-Headspace is the analysis of pharmaceutical drugs, as well as intermediates and excipients for the presence of residual solvents that may be left over from the manufacturing process. The sample that is analyzed by this t...
This eLearning presentation by Peak Scientific will give a broad overview of gas generator technology discussing technologies used in production of hydrogen and nitrogen and pure air as well as safety and economic advantages of using generators. People attending the ELearning session will gain insight into a range of technologies used to purify nitrogen and hydrogen gas for applications such as LC-MS, GC and FT-IR, and how to select a system that will integrate with their laboratory setup...
Part 1 - Coupling Ion chromatography to mass spectrometry Ion chromatography (IC) is routinely used for ion analysis, typically with non-specific detectors such as conductivity or UV/Vis. Interest in utilising IC with mass spectrometry (MS) detection has increased in recent years in order to reduce interference, improve sensitivity and increase confidence in compound identification. This webinar aims to explain the different approaches that can be used to couple IC to MS demonstrated with...
In This Edition Articles - Why Does Nanotechnology Require Mass Spectrometry Spotlight Features Luminescence, UV & Microplate Readers - New Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope Combine...
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