This application note summarises the features of Markes’ thermal desorption (TD) systems that allow them to offer excellent performance for the analysis of semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs), including long-chain hydrocarbons, PCBs,...
This study investigates the performance of Markes’ thermal desorption (TD) systems for the analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in air.
In this application note, a method using a high selectivity triple quadrupole gas chromatography-mass spectrometer (GC–MS/MS) to detect for nonylphenol in river water is presented.
UCT has produced an application note to evaluate the effectiveness of the QuEChERS extraction and cleanup approach for the analysis of pesticides in soil.
This application note describes the performance of Markes’ thermal desorption (TD) systems for the GC–MS analysis of trace-level phthalates in air.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing a high sensitivity detection method for the detection of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in surface water that does not require pre-treatment and concentration of water...
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing an LC/MS/MS method for direct quantitation of artificial sweeteners in surface and drinking water.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing an MRM-based method for detection and quantitation of phenol and nine substituted phenols in reservoir water, without pre-treatment and pre-concentration.
Analysis times for semivolatile compounds can limit sample throughput and decrease overall lab productivity. In this technical article, an example of scaling down EPA Method 8270 and using a GC Accelerator kit to reduce cycle time is presented....
This study describes the performance features that enable Markes’ thermal desorption (TD) systems to be used for the GC–MS analysis of trace-level polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in air.
UCT has produced an application note outlining a QuEChERS extraction procedure for the analysis of 5 mycotoxins and 47 pesticides in cannabis.
This study investigates the ability of Markes’ thermal desorption (TD) systems to monitor semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs), using a wide range of n-alkanes (n-C16 to n-C44) as a model.