Discover a fast and robust method for trace level detection of trace organic contaminants using the latest advances in triple quadrupole LC/MS technology.
Do you need a fast and robust method to achieve sensitive detection of organic contaminants at low levels? Would a general introduction to trace organic contaminants in the environment along with details on current regulations be beneficial to you?
If so this on-demand webinar will introduce an effective method for trace level detection of 51 trace organic contaminants (TOrCs) using the latest advances in triple quadrupole LC/MS technology that when combined with automated sample prep reduces sample analysis time and volume as well as the lab space required to perform the analysis. The method maintains excellent sensitivity and linearity with quantification limits lower than 5 ppt for most of the analytes using the new Ultivo LC/TQ coupled to the Agilent 1290 Infinity II FlexCube Online SPE.
What is covered?
- General introduction on the trace organic contaminants in environment and regulations
- Agilent 1290 Infinity II FlexCube online SPE setups and advantages in combination with technological innovations within Ultivo Triple Quadrupole LC/MS for sensitive detections of organic contaminants at low levels
- Results summary (sensitivity, precision, dynamic range) and conclusion.
By viewing this webinar you will learn about:
- a new analytical technique using Agilent 1290 Infinity II FlexCube online SPE
- technological innovations within Ultivo for a much smaller footprint but matched performance comparing previous generations of Triple Quadrupole LC/MS
- new features of Ultivo that makes it more ideal in routine testing environments
Dorothy Yang (Senior Scientist, Agilent Technologies)
Dorothy received a Bachelor of Science from Peking University, majoring in organic chemistry. She then received a PhD from the Free University of Brussels, graduating with highest honor in Organic Chemistry. She then went on to do Postdoctoral Research at Bern University (Switzerland) and the University of Connecticut before joining Agilent in 2000.
Terri Sosienski (Marketing Applications Scientist, Agilent Technologies)
Terri received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biochemistry from Delaware Valley University. She went on to receive a PhD from the Department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech, where she researched emerging organic contaminants sourced from livestock manures. Since joining Agilent in 2016, she has been focusing on LC/TQ applications in the food and environmental markets.
Register now and discover a rapid method for trace level detection of TOrCs using triple quad LC/MS technology combined with automated sample preparation