Application Note: Expanding LC Methods To Include Difficult GC Compounds Using A Novel Ionization Technique
5 July 2017
Screening food samples for contaminants such as pesticides requires the use of GC-MS and LC-MS techniques. In order to cover a full suite of regulated compounds, several LC and GC methods are usually required that separately incorporate large suites of compounds, single residues and ‘troublesome’ compounds. The following poster presents the use of a novel LCMS ionization technique (UNISPRAY) that has potential to bridge the barrier between LC and GC amenable pesticides, therefore reducing the number of required methods.