Featuring interviews with industry leaders, the LCGC library is updated on a weekly basis with a different subject focus each month.
Comprehensive gas chromatography (GC) was introduced more than two decades ago, but is still considered to be a novel technique. Luigi Mondello from the University of Messina, Italy, talks about why this is the case and what it will take for it to become more widely used. Watch Here >>
In this new video from LCGC TV, Christian Wachsmuth from the University of Regensburg in Germany compares the performance of different ionization methods for GC–MS in metabolic fingerprinting. He also goes on to talk about how GC–MS could be applied in a clinical setting and what developments are needed for this to happen.
Comprehensive liquid chromatography (LC) is a multidimensional technique that has the potential to increase peak capacity resolution when separating complex mixtures, especially in food analysis. Luigi Mondello from the University of Messina, Italy, gives his advice for chromatographers who want to develop 2D LC methods. Watch Here>>
Torsten C. Schmidt of the University Duisburg-Essen in Germany recently developed an in-tube extraction (ITEX) method for headspace sampling of beer prior to gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC–MS). In this short video, he explains the principles of the technique and its advantages over other methods. Watch Here >>