Mass Spectrometry Application Notes

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Reference Title and Description
203-821-681 Analysis of Phytosanitary Products in Surface Water and Groundwater Using GCxGC-TOFMS

203-821-687 Enhanced Characterization and Comparison of Thyme Varieties from Different Geographical Origins`

Pegasus BTX and ChromaTOF Sync Application Note - Thyme Varieties

203-821-688 Characterization of Fischer-Tropsch Synthetic Paraffinic Kerosene and Traditional Aviation Turbine Fuel

Pegasus BTX 4D Application Note - Synthetic Aviation Fuels

203-821-689 Expand Your PFAS Analysis – Screen for Targets and Identify Unknowns Simultaneously

Pegasus BTX Application Note - PFAS

209-200-177 Non-Target Characterization of Molasses with GC-TOFMS and Deconvolution

Pegasus BTX Application Snapshot - Molassess

209-200-179 Identifying Heteroatomic Species in HTL Pyrolysis Gasoline by GCxGC-TOFMS

Pegasus BTX 4D Application Snapshot - HTL Pyrolysis Gasoline

209-200-178 Identifying a Targeted Disinfection Byproduct in Wildfire Ash Water Extract by GC-TOFMS

Wildfires increase the risk of negative chemical reactions with municipal water treatment processes.

209-200-176 Detecting Low-Level Features and Separating Coelutions with GCxGC to Reveal More in Basil

Pegasus BTX 4D Application Snapshot - Basil

203-821-683 Differentiating Original-Brand and Imitation Perfumes with GCxGC-TOFMS and ChromaTOF Tile

In this Application Note, we use comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography with time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GCxGC-TOFMS) and ChromaTOF Tile, a statistical analysis software for GCxGC data, to differentiate perfume samples.

203-821-682 Monitoring of Furan Derivates and Key Aroma Species Simultaneously in Coffee and Coffee Substitutes

The production of coffee and process development of new coffee variants and substitutes (caffeine free, alternative taste, and aroma profiles, etc.), is a huge industry globally. The ability to guarantee the safety of these products while also monitoring the flavour and aroma qualities of products to meet consumer expectations and preferences is vital. Here, a method for simultaneous analysis of Furans and Non-Target Screening (NTS) of other key compounds, such as aroma-active species, is demonstrated.

209-200-172 Dual-Detection of Plastics-Derived Pyrolysis Oil

Data from a single injection of plastics-derived pyrolysis oil using GCxGC with reverse fill-flush modulator and flow splitter is explored.

209-200-173 Reformulation of Perfume Samples with GCxGC-TOFMS/FID

Chromatograms of perfume sample obtained with use of reverse fill-flush modulator and flow splitter are analyzed

209-200-175 Simple Group-type Analyses of Aviation Fuels

Flow modulation provides high accuracy group-type analyses for traditional fuels and emerging alternatives.

209-200-174 GCxGC Coelution Data Detection with RFF Modulator

Data demonstrating how Paradigm reverse-fill flush modulator and Shift flow splitter enhance GCxGC detection accuracy in fragrance samples.

203-821-667 Aroma Compounds Pumpernickel Bread

Aroma Compounds Pumpernickel Bread

203-821-655 Analysis of Heavy Fuel Oil using Multi-Mode Ionization

Heavy Fuel Oil Multi-Mode Source MMS GCxGC-HRT4D

203-821-662 A Comprehensive GC-TOFMS Metabolomics Workflow

Early Type 2 Diabetes prediction can be facilitated by the implementation of a metabolomics method for the identification of T2DM biomarkers. A complete automated derivatization workflow is explored.

203-821-650 Polychlorinated Paraffins PCP GC-HRT4D

203-821-606 Petroleum Forensics: Identifying Biomarkers in Crude Oil

203-821-630 Multi-Mode Source MMS

The Multi-Mode Ion Source provides a single solution for Electron Ionization, Positive Chemical Ionization, and Electron Capture Negative Ionization.