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LECO in metabolomics

Following the recent 15th Annual Conference of the Metabolomic Society in the Hague, Dr Ralf Löscher, Vice President of LECO Europe, took some time to answer some questions concerning LECO's role as a leader in GC-MS metabolomics. The full...

How GCxGC can work for you

In this presentation, given at the 2019 Spring Meeting of the London Metabolomics Network (LMN) and the South East Region Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry (SERAD), Alan Griffiths, Product Specialist at LECO UK, explores the...

An effective extraction method for automated sample preparation in water analysis

In this interview, John Quick, Principal Scientist, ALS Environmental, Coventry, UK discusses trace level organic analysis of pollutants in environmental water samples. The interview was conducted at WWEM 2018 (Water, Wastewater and Environmental...

Get to know LECO’s PEGASUS BT and BT 4D

Today's laboratories are being asked to do more everyday – more samples run, more data acquired, more chemical information processed, and more results achieved – all in less time, and for less money.A smart investment for any laboratory looking...

Determining Terpene Profiles of Cannabis Strains

This presentation from LECO will help you understand the differences between the use of GC and GCxGC with high performance TOFMS and the benefits of using GCxGC for determining terpene profiles of cannabis strains.

Introducing LECO's Pegasus BT and BT 4D

The LECO Pegasus® BT has been designed to perform qualitative or quantitative analysis of knowns and unknowns. The benchtop instrument combines new, compact time-of-flight mass spectrometer hardware with powerful ChromaTOF brand software, giving...

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