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203-821-611 Characterization of Citronella Essential Oil

Application Notes // Citronella Essential Oil Pegasus BT4D (-611)

203-821-597 Improved Characterization and Differentiation of Perfume Samples with GCxGC

Gas chromatography (GC) is an important tool to separate individual analytes in a complex sample. Coupling GC with time-of-flight mass spectrometry (TOFMS) allows for identification and quantification of the separated analytes.

203-821-533 Comparison of Aroma and Flavor Profiles of Strawberry-Flavored Candy and Fresh Strawberries

203-821-523 Characterization of Fruit Tea Beverages with the Pegasus BT

203-821-653 Chardonnay Sample Sets ChromaTOF Sync

203-821-517 Quantification of 2,4,6-trichloroanisole to Detect Cork Taint Fault in Wine with the Pegasus BT

203-821-640 Nutmeg Essential Oils

Sensory Directed Analysis of GC-MS Data via Olfactory Detection

203-821-638 Citrus Aromas Essential Oils

203-821-610 Brewery Process Monitoring with GC-MS

203-821-536 Discovering the Scent of Celery

203-821-519 Rapid Screening for Contact Allergens in Perfumes with Pegasus BT GC-TOFMS

203-821-526 Metabolomic Profiling of Corn and Rice Extracts Using a Benchtop GC-TOFMS

203-821-525 Analysis of Fats in Food Products with GC-TOFMS

Reporting the fat content of food on packaging material is required for many products. For this reason, the ability to detect and distinguish different types of fats is important. The AOAC has an official method, Method 996.06, for the detection of fats (total, saturated, and unsaturated) that uses GC paired with FID to separate fatty acids, derivatized with methylation.

203-821-481 Characterization of Green Leaf Tobacco Extracts Using GC-HRT