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Revolutionizing PFAS Detection in Air: High Sensitivity with the Aim Reactor

| Contributed by TOFWERK

In this study we demonstrate how Vocus Aim chemical ionization enables real-time detection and quantification of PFAS in air.

Case Study: Spatial Biology Studies in Lung Tissue using Spectral Microscopy

| Contributed by Zeiss

Lungs are an organ with significant autofluorescence

Highly sensitive determination of trace-level chlorophenols and common odorants in drinking and environmental waters

| Contributed by Markes International Ltd

Local authorities need to invest heavily to ensure drinking water is safe and palatable

Room temperature and sensitive analysis of haloanisoles in wine using Vacuumassisted headspace SPME with GC/ECD

| Contributed by Markes International Ltd

Haloanisoles create a musty/moldy off-aroma in wines that is rejected by consumers, causing important economic losses for the wine industry

Automated, high-sensitivity analysis of residual fumigants for food safety testing by multi-step enrichment–headspace–trap (MSE–HS–trap) with GC–MS

| Contributed by Markes International Ltd

This study shows highly sensitive detection of residual fumigants in seeds and spices

Automated sample preparation speeds up off-flavour research in the aquaculture industry

| Contributed by Markes International Ltd

The challenge of monitoring off-odours in fish

Detection of ozone-depleting substances and halogenated GHGs in industrial zones with a cryogen-free preconcentration–GC–MS system

| Contributed by Markes International Ltd

This application note demonstrates the quantitative analysis of ODS and halogenated GHGs without use of cryogen

Simultaneous Analysis of Residual Pesticides Using High-Speed Scan and Smart SIM+ of GCMS-QP2050

| Contributed by Shimadzu

The industry’s fastest scan speed of 30,000 u/min and a new Smart SIM option of the GCMS-QP2050 used for a standard analysis of pesticide residuals.

Analysis of VOC and SVOC Emissions from Automotive Interior Materials Using GCMS-QP2050 in Accordance with VDA 278

| Contributed by Shimadzu

In recent years, measures to reduce the use of organic compounds in automotive interiors have progressed


| Contributed by Shimadzu

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