Mass spectrometry GC-MS
LECO Corporation has released the Pegasus BT 4D, which offers enhanced sensitivity by coupling the benchtop Pegasus BT TOF mass spectrometer with the GCxGC thermal modulation system. Software and hardware features simplify quantitation, while also making GCxGC easy to use and understand. The StayClean® ion source eliminates the need for source cleaning, while a convenient benchtop...
The new Thermo Scientific TSQ 9000 triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS system and Thermo Scientific ISQ 7000 single quadrupole GC-MS system offer maximum uptime, ease-of-use and sensitivity to meet increasing resource and regulatory demands. Both systems can be equipped with a new electron ionisation source designed to provide efficient ionisation of target compounds, and both systems feature the new...
The Thermo Scientific Orbitrap GC-MS systems have been updated with new capabilities in high resolution accurate mass (HRAM) GC-MS.
Shimadzu have introduced the GCMS-TQ8050 triple quadrupole GC-MS, the latest in the series dating back to the GCMS-TQ8030 in 2012.
The study of metabolites in our sewage systems is not new, but there are particular difficulties with identifying the metabolites from new psychoactive substances, or “legal highs”. The authors describe a wide range of sample collection methodologies and their analysis with mass spectrometry.
Agilent’s JetClean is a self-cleaning ion source to keep their GC-MS systems free of matrix deposits.
This GC-MS system from Agilent Technologies is capable of ultra-trace (single-digit ppb levels) of arsine/phosphine contaminants.
Agilent Technologies’ Water Screener GC-MS analyser fast data review and reporting of water pollutants and screens for unknown compounds.
The Exactive GC Orbitrap from Thermo Scientific is a GC-MS system for both targeted and non-targeted analysis.
Shimadzu has released the GCMS-QP2020, a high-end single quadrupole gas chromatography mass spectrometer
A chemist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a portable version of his headspace method for recovering trace chemicals such as environmental pollutants and forensic evidence including secret graves and arson fire debris.
A new study led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) shows that gas chromatography mass spectrometry fundamentally alters the samples it analyses.
Peak Scientific has extended its range of hydrogen generators with the Precision Hydrogen Trace 250.
GC-MS results from the Philae lander module from the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko have have revealed several differences from previous observations of comets and from current models.