Gas chromatography with quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GC/Q-TOF) is a highly versatile tool capable of doing routine chemical quantification of regulated compounds while also performing non-targeted identification of emerging pollutants in environmental samples.
||In this webinar, we will report about validating a GC/Q-TOF method to meet and exceed the performance characteristics of EPA 1613 for analysis of dioxins and other regulations. Furthermore, we will discuss a workflow
combining targeted and non-targeted screening for analysis of environmental
contaminants in water.
- See how high resolution GC/Q-TOF meets or exceeds regulatory performance requirements for the analysis of dioxins, furans, and PCBs in food and environmental matrices.
- Learn about the targeted and untargeted screening workflow capabilities of quadrupole time-of-flight GC/MS, making it a very versatile technology
- Find out how GC/Q-TOF mass spectrometry can increase your lab’s
productivity through broad applicability, reduced training and
- Laboratory Managers
- Analytical chemists
- Mass Spectrometry users in the Food and Environmental fields
GC/MS Applications Chemist