High Resolution LC-MS for the Analysis of Leachables and Extractables
27 Sep 2013

Discover how mass spectrometric tools can help provide you with characterization knowledge for product packaging and processing, in order to satisfy the stringent requirements upheld by regulators.

Learn how to ensure accurate, sensitive and precise data from every analysis. Case studies will illustrate techniques for identity confirmation and for probing various extractables and leachables encountered during product development.

Key Learning Objectives:

• Learn about state-of-the-art instrumentation and software tools for extractable and leachables monitoring
• Discover how high-resolution mass spectrometry can benefit an untargeted approach to compound identification
• Learn how an automated software processing approach for extractables and leachables identification can be employed within applied markets

Bruker Daltonics



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