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Introducing a multi-user high-performance MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer

Shimadzu’s MALDI-8020 is the newcomer in their family of MALDI products. This linear MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer combines talents and skills such as outstanding speed, accuracy and performance. It targets researchers developing MALDI-based...

Effective analysis of VOC and SVOC emissions from automotive interior materials in accordance with VDA278

In this study, Shimadzu's TD-30 thermal desorption system is used to address the issues of carryover when analyzing samples with highly concentrated SVOC content from automotive interior materials in accordance with VDA278. 

How to perform off-flavor analysis in chemical material using a thermal desorption method

In this study, Shimadzu produces a simple solution for off-flavor analysis using a thermal desorption method that assumes no prior knowledge.

Perform effective analysis of leachate from water supply equipment using purge and trap GC/MS

In this study conducted by Shimadzu a purge and trap GC/MS measurement method that allows the quantification of components in leachate from water supply equipment is described. 

Overview of test methods for aromatic amines derived from azo colorants using GC-MS

In this study an overview of inspection methods, from sample preparation to compound analysis, for certain aromatic amines derived from azo colorants is described.

 

Effective Analysis and Evaluation of Chiral Drugs in Biological Samples using SFC-MS/MS

Shimadzu has produced an application note describing the application of SFC-MS/MS methods for bioanalysis of enantiomeric drugs, taking omeprazole and rabeprazole as examples.

Perform Quantitative Analysis of Highly Polar Pesticides in Food Using SFC-MS

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.

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