Advancements in LC/MS/MS for the Analysis of Additives and Ingredients in Food and Feed
18 Jun 2012

This webinar explored how Dr. Stephen Lock from AB SCIEX increased productivity and confidence in results by applying LC/MS/MS to analyze panels of food/feed additives and ingredients. Learn how to achieve unprecedented levels of sensitivity, accuracy and reliability in one single run, whilst minimizing false positive results and sample preparation.

Learning Objectives:
• Insight into new approaches to the analysis of fat and water soluble vitamins, of sweeteners, amino acids and other additives or ingredients. • Explore how recent advances in LC/MS/MS technology and instrumentation are enabling scientists to push the limits in mass spectrometry.

Speaker: Dr. Stephen Lock, Ph.D., Application Manager with AB SCIEX

Moderator: Roger Wayman, Publishing Editor, SelectScience

AB SCIEX



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