Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, is offering a selection of application notes demonstrating the versatility of its 8890 gas chromatography (GC) system that enables you to work smarter with autonomous monitoring, remote...
This study from Markes International shows the advantages of immersive sorptive extraction, using high-capacity HiSorb probes, for the gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC–MS) analysis of a wide range of aroma compounds in vodka.
Standardized methods (or official international methods) exist for stable isotope analysis of food and beverage samples and are aimed at protecting product origin, authenticity and label claims. This note from Thermo Fisher Scientific provides a...
Mycotoxins are a significant global problem that greatly impacts a variety of feedstuffs. From economic impacts because of rejection of commodities in the market to reduced production in animals that consumed contaminated feed, and even the...
Implementing SPME methods for food analysis
Shimadzu has produced an application note demonstrating an example of batch analysis of highly polar pesticides using SFC that may be effective for analyses for which retention and separation are difficult in LC.
In this presentation, the new XEVO TQ GC, GC-MS/MS system is introduced and a sensitive, multi-class method for the routine determination of pesticide residues in QuEChERS extracts of various fruit and vegetables is described.
In this technology brief from Waters see how the Xevo™ TQ-GC can produce consistent results for pesticide analysis over an extended period of time, without the need for intervention by the user.
In this study, Water demonstrates how product ion information can be used simultaneously with MRM acquisition to provide additional compound information and aid in the verification of results.
Waters describes a simple method demonstrating how its Quanpedia™ Database can simplify GC-MS/MS method development and analysis in food and environmental laboratories.
In this application note an optimised LC-MS/MS method for the detection of 18 regulated mycotoxins is presented.
This application note describes the use of Shimadzu's LCMS-8060 Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer for the analysis of 212 veterinary drug residues.