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Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry, Environmental

Rapid, Automated Analysis of Volatiles in Air, Polymers, Water and Soil, Using Direct MS

Rapid, Automated Analysis of Volatiles in Air, Polymers, Water and Soil, Using Direct MS

In this webinar, we demonstrate the advantages of applying automated SIFT-MS to analysis of volatiles in diverse matrices, from air to the headspace of polymers, soil, and water. Formaldehyde and the BTEX compounds (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and the xylenes) will be utilized in various case studies. For the first time with direct MS, we present a calibration approach that enables speciation of ethylbenzene from the xylenes in real time.

Learning Objectives of Webinar

  • Understand the fundamentals of the SIFT-MS technique, including its operating principles and performance characteristics.
  • Observe the throughput gains achievable with SIFT-MS for diverse matrices: air, polymers, soil, and water.
  • See how application of multiple rapidly switchable reagent ions in SIFT-MS can differentiate ethylbenzene from the xylenes in real time.

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