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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.

209-200-174 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.

203-821-619 Determination of Pesticides in Tomato by GCxGC-TOFMS

203-821-642 Statistical Differentiation of Pesto Products Using SPME-GCxGC-TOFMS and ChromaTOF Tile Software

203-821-641 Comprehensive Evaluation of Pesto Aroma Profiles UsingSPME-GCxGC-TOFMS

203-821-620 Frankincense and Myrrh: Visual Characterization and Comparison of Essential Oils with GCxGC Structured Chromatograms

203-821-634 Differentiation of Regular and Barrel-Aged Maple Syrups with ChromaTOF Tile

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.

203-821-609 Essential Oil Characterization with GC-MS and Retention Index Determinations

203-821-598 Chocolate Aroma

A complete workflow to determine chocolate aroma profiles is explored.

203-821-564 Raw Material Screening with GC-MS: Flavor Analysis of Malted Grain from Hot Steeped Malt

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

203-821-531 Discovery of Sulfur-Containing Compounds in Broccoli with GC-TOFMS