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Optimizing Flavor Analysis Using Modern Heart-Cutting MDGC - Read More

Optimizing Flavor Analysis Using Modern Heart-Cutting MDGC - Read More

Posted 3 years ago

In this review, recent technological advances in classical heart-cutting two-dimensional gas chromatography (GC–GC) are outlined. These developments are then illustrated by application to analysis of important flavor compounds at trace levels in very complex matrices. The technology can even be extended to three-dimensional capability (GC–GC–GC) for the most complex challenges.

SPME Training Course at the University of Waterloo - Read More

SPME Training Course at the University of Waterloo - Read More

Posted 3 years ago

There will be a course on Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) taught by the inventor of the technique - Professor Janusz Pawliszyn. The course will take place at the University of Waterloo, December 04-05, 2014.

Multidimensional gas chromatography in combination with accurate mass, tandem mass spectrometry, and element-specific detection for identification of sulfur compounds in tobacco smoke

Multidimensional gas chromatography in combination with accurate mass, tandem mass spectrometry, and element-specific detection for identification of sulfur compounds in tobacco smoke

Posted 3 years ago

Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC/MS) has been an indispensable technique for identification of volatile compounds. However, one dimensional GC in combination with low resolution mass spectrometry is often insufficient for unequivocal identification of important trace components in complex samples like natural products due to...