Direct MS offers benefits for the analysis of volatile impurities in pharmaceutical products. Interested? If so, why not learn how selected-ion flow-tube mass spectrometry can help...
Volatile compounds occur frequently as pharmaceutical impurites and are often of concern because of their toxicity. selected-ion flow-tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS) is a new tool for real-time, selective, and economical trace gas and headspace analysis of volatile compounds, including chromatographically challenging ones such as formaldehyde, formic acid, and ammonia.
Direct, broad-spectrum analysis using SIFT-MS provides new opportunities across multiple pharmaceutical applications, including:
- simple formaldehyde analysis
- residual solvent analysis
- packaging screening, including residual monomer analysis
Separation Science, in collaboration with Syft Technologies and Anatune, is offering free access to an upcoming webinar that will describe:
- the fundamentals of the selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS) technique, including its ability to selectively and comprehensively analyse samples in one, simple procedure
- how SIFT-MS can greatly increase sample throughput for residual monomer and residual solvent analysis
- from a formaldehyde case study— how SIFT-MS can eliminate sample preparation through direct analysis
Presenters Vaughan Langford (Syft Technologies, New Zealand) and Mark Perkins (Anatune, UK) will explain to attendees how SIFT-MS revolutionises headspace and gas analysis through application of direct, ultra-soft chemical ionisation. Attend this webinar to learn how direct analysis using SIFT-MS can resolve longstanding throughput challenges for diverse pharmaceutical applications.
This presentation will broadcast on 31 January, 2018, starting at 07.00 PST / 10.00 EST / 15.00 GMT / 16.00 CET.
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