Gas Chromatography

GC Solutions for Hydrogen Impurities Analysis

View this on-demand presentation in which the speakers deliver the total solution for hydrogen impurities analysis including five different GC configurations.

Learn about deconvolution, use of H2 as a carrier gas and tandem mass spectrometers

To develop a more in-depth understanding of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Deconvolution, use of H2 as a carrier gas, and tandem mass spectrometers are covered as special topics. Learn more about the mechanisms and benefits of deconvolution...

Framework for GC-MS Quantitative Analysis

To develop a more in-depth understanding of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The framework for GC-MS quantitation is explained. Topics and examples include integration parameters, linear and non-linear calibrations, calibration table choices,...

GC-MS Data Acquisition Parameters Explained

To develop a more in-depth understanding of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The differences between scan and selected ion monitoring are explained. The principles of proper selection of data acquisition parameters are covered in detail.

GC-MS Common Detectors

To develop a more in-depth understanding of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, this course module describes common GC-MS detectors.

EI tuning concepts and how to spot detector failure

To develop a more in-depth understanding of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The various detectors used in mass spectrometry are described. Design features that reduce background noise are presented as well as are the general concept of...

The Smart Behind Separations: Enabling a New User Experience for GC and GC/MS Workflows

Watch this on-demand webinar to hear about how innovative user experience can reduce adoption costs for new technology in the lab; what is the 'smart behind separations' that enables smart connectivity and simplified, sustainable operations for GC...

Speed Up your GC Methods and Make Your Carrier Gas Last

In this presentation you will learn how to speed up your GC (MS) application and gain a better understanding of how to select the most efficient carrier gas for your method.

Indoor Air Quality – The science and regulations behind the headlines

Learn about the wide range of regulatory and market pressures placed on manufacturers to limit the chemical emissions from products and materials in this on-demand presentation.

Perfecting GC Laboratory Operations by Adopting Industry 4.0 Strategies

With today’s hybrid work models, labs are concerned not only with productivity, accuracy, and budgets, but also with access to their GC — whether they’re in a different part of the lab or at home.

Discover the new GC 2400 Platform from PerkinElmer,...

More FAQs answered by GC and GC/MS scientists

Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, offers Part 3 of the ever popular “Ask the Agilent Experts” series of panel discussion webinars. If you would like to find the answers to some of these most frequently asked questions or even submit...

A lab-wide approach for training your entire team

A successful lab requires more than just optmized workflows - at its heart it needs a confident, well-trained team of scientists.

Meeting high-throughput demand for analytical testing laboratories

This technical note illustrates the effectiveness of a dual-tower autosampler in meeting high-throughput demand for analytical testing laboratories.

Helium shortage 4.0: Is hydrogen carrier gas the solution to the GC–MS problem?

Are you interested in an alternative to helium as a carrier gas in GC? Could hydrogen offer any advantages? Join our expert presentation and discussion forum to hear a panel of experts discuss this topic and more.

Carrier Gas Selection in Gas Chromatography

Does carrier gas selection matter? How do carrier gases differ? How easy is it to switch from one carrier gas to another? Join our expert panellists for this discussion as they share their insights on optimum use and the selection of carrier gas.

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