In this webinar we will review how a triple quadrupole GC-MS system can simplify your analysis. I know there are some people out there thinking that “a triple quadrupole gas chromatograph mass spectrometer cannot be simple and I have too many other things to worry about in my laboratory to learn to use one”.
Of course you can get work done without one of these; you have been doing it for years. I also know that it is a struggle in the laboratory to get through a large number of samples. It is hard to deal with the ever increasing amount of regulations and quality control requirements. I know a few things that you may not, triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS systems are easier to use than you realize. The software tools that are part of the triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS make transitioning to this technology simple. The productivity of the laboratory can be greatly enhanced by the capabilities this system will bring.
Regulatory lab requirements continue to drive detection limits lower with an ever increasing list of compounds to analyze. These requirements also demand greater precision at these lower limits. Faced with these increased demands, laboratories are continually searching for innovative ways to address these evolving requirements with minimal impact on current operations.
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Some analyses, such as those that are volatile in nature or in clean matrices, can be performed using single quadrupole GC-MS instrumentation. However, when faced with the detection of large numbers of target compounds in complex and challenging matrices at very low levels, today’s triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS is a viable option for enhanced analysis and increased productivity with an emphasis on simplicity. In this webinar, we will discuss emerging trends and technologies designed to ensure that laboratories are well-equipped
to address these increased demands with minimal investment in training and method development. Find out how you can adopt the TSQ 8000 triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS technology in your laboratory using existing methods and source parameters in most instances while requiring less sample prep and enjoying the benefits of automated data analysis for increased simplicity and productivity.
Who should attend the presentation
- Laboratories contemplating the transition from single quadrupole GC-MS to triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS technology
- Laboratories interested in reducing labor costs and time spent on sample prep, method development, and data analysis by using existing methods with new technology
- Cost-conscious laboratories interested in enhanced GC-MS/MS capabilities with simplified data analysis enabled by automated software
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