|Ambient Ionization MS Analysis of Swabs Used for Explosives Detection
An analysis of the capabilities of direct analysis in real time (DART) and desorption electrospray ionization (DESI) sources for the analysis of contaminated fabrics.
|Increase Accuracy of FTIR Analysis
Read study demonstrating the inconsistency in background levels of water and CO2 for an unpurged, sealed, and desiccated FTIR spectrometer as compared to a sealed and desiccated FTIR spectrometer with the sample compartment purged. The purge enhances instrument reliability by reducing the need for maintenance and increases the accuracy of analysis by eliminating inconsistencies in background levels of CO2 and water.click to download paper.
|Gas Chromatography with Soft Ionization Mass Spectrometry for the Characterization of Natural Products
Soft ionization MS using GC–APCI-MS and GC–SMB-MS offers complementary identification power for the characterization of natural products, as illustrated by the identification of alkanes, sterols, long chain alcohols, and derivatized polar compounds in tobacco leaf extracts described here. MORE »
|Expanding analytical instrumentation capabilities
Keep a low profile with ITT Exelis high-voltage power supplies and ion detectors tailored for demanding applications in analytical instrumentation. With Exelis power supplies and detectors, you can count on a clean, quiet signal and enhanced switching speed, while maintaining low ripple characteristics. From routine testing to complex research and discovery, analyzing and identifying – we give OEMs the leading edge. Silence speaks volumes.Learn more.
|Screening by LC–MS-MS and Fast Chromatography: An Alternative Approach to Traditional Immunoassays?
A new technique was developed based on liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry to analyze drugs that are not part of current immunoassay screening, specifically zolpidem, zopiclone, and zaleplone, or "z-drugs." This method allows for the simultaneous quantification of the z-drugs and all major benzodiazepines in human urine samples. MORE »
|Download LCGC’s New E-Book- Innovations in Food Analysis
Whether you are conducting food safety testing, nutritional research, or product development, you need the latest methods. This new special issue is here to help by bringing together vital information on methods for food analysis.Learn more
|LC–HRMS Determination of Anticancer Drugs as Occupational Contaminants Applied to Photocatalytic Degradation of Molecules of Different Stability
Here, degradation compounds similar to those formed in metabolic or environmental pathways were generated by adopting a photocatalytic process, quantified in environmental samples by liquid chromatography with multiple-stage mass spectrometry (LC–MSn) analysis using an orbital trap instrument with an electrospray interface, and then identified in indoor environments alongside parent compounds.
|Xevo G2-S QTof is designed for scientists who need to identify, quantify and confirm the broadest range of compounds in complex and challenging samples
StepWave™ ion optics provides unsurpassed levels of durable sensitivity and proven quantitative time-of-flight (QuanTof™) technology delivers superior UPLC®-compatible mass resolution, matrix-tolerant dynamic range, quantitative performance, mass accuracy and speed of analysis – simultaneously.Learn more
| 1st Detect MMS-1000
The MMS-1000 is a fast, highly specific, customizable benchtop ion trap mass spectrometer with MS/MS and high gain pre-concentration. Component and GC compatible versions are also available.Learn more
| The DART® GSX™ System
Add ambient ionization to your Agilent® GC/MSD instruments with the DART® GSX™ System from IonSense. Get answers in seconds with little or no sample preparation, and simplified spectral analysis.
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|Raman Spectroscopy of Oil Shale
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