Mass Spectrometry Blog

Optimizing your IC-MS for drinking water analysis

Do you work in a water analysis lab? Do you, or are you looking to, use IC-MS? If so, this article is a must read...

Chromate analysis in toys, leather, and potable water

Generally speaking, chromate – Cr(VI) – is classified as allergenic, carcinogenic, and extremely toxic and is subject to strict monitoring. Cr(VI) can occur in various concentrations in different areas, e.g., drinking water, toys, or textile and...

IC-MS for fast and robust analysis of pesticides in fruit and vegetables

Are you interested in a fast and easy, validated method for routine analysis of polar pesticidesand the benefits of using ion chromatography with HRAM mass spectrometry. If so, read on...

Webinar: Arsenic Speciation Comes of Age

Validating Robust and High-Throughput Methods for Various Food Matrices

Looking for an improved method for arsenic speciation? Interested to find out how switching to a new fast HPLC-ICP-MS method can offer advantages for analysis of food- and...

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