Simplify volatiles analysis (Part 4): Chromatographically challenging analyses
17 Nov 2020
Direct mass spectrometry (DMS) facilitates faster method development and validation, plus provides high throughput for routine analysis. But the adoption of selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS) has additional benefit – simplification of analyses that are overly complicated using chromatographic methods.
This webinar will describe how analysis of important chromatographically challenging volatiles, such as formaldehyde, volatile fatty acids, organosulfur compounds (and hydrogen sulfide) and amines (and ammonia) is greatly simplified. Straightforward analysis without requiring derivatization, drying steps, or selection of special columns, detectors and/or analysis conditions is a direct result of the ultra-soft chemical ionization used in SIFT-MS.
This final webinar (of a series of four) on routine SIFT-MS analysis focuses particularly on formaldehyde, which is important across a wide range of industries (from environmental to pharmaceutical testing). One case study illustrates validation of an unconventional analytical method for regulatory submission.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Very brief review of SIFT-MS and its automation
- Why some volatiles are a real challenge for conventional lab methods
- Case studies illustrating how SIFT-MS simplifies analysis of chromatically challenging volatiles, such as formaldehyde, volatile fatty acids, hydrogen sulfide and organosulfur compounds, ammonia and amines, nitrosamines, and siloxanes
- How direct MS eliminates wasted time when targeting very volatile compounds
Who should attend:
- Laboratory managers and analysts in routine industrial and contract testing and research laboratories, particularly those working with the analysis of volatiles
- Laboratory managers and analysts in pharmaceutical, biomedical, industrial, consumer product, and environmental laboratories
Certificate of attendance
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance and a learning outcomes summary document for continuing education purposes.