Special Issues-07-01-2016

This study of a selected group of PPCP contaminants in eastern North Carolina demonstrates the advantages and disadvantages of LC–MS and GC–MS as well as SPE and liquid–liquid extraction.

An LC–MS method for simultaneous quantification of buprenorphine and three metabolites: norbuprenorphine, buprenorphine glucuronide, and norbuprenorphine glucuronide.

A look at the use of field-portable GC–MS with solid-phase microextraction, purge-and-trap, thermal desorption, and heated headspace sampling techniques to provide a fast response for in-field analysis of SVOCs in a wide variety of environmental-type samples including potable waters, tea, plants, and road gravel.

Validation of this rapid bioanalytical method for the determination of moxidectin in cattle hair demonstrated that the method is accurate, reliable, and reproducible.

We present a brief review of this year's ASMS conference, which took place June 5–9 in San Antonio, Texas.

This work will demonstrate a simple methodology using automated solid-phase extraction (SPE) and HPLC coupled with mass spectrometric detection. This work will demonstrate a simple methodology using automated solid-phase extraction (SPE) and HPLC coupled with mass spectrometric detection. This work will demonstrate a simple methodology using automated solid-phase extraction (SPE) and HPLC coupled with mass spectrometric detection.

Special Issues

The Diablo 5000A RTGA-MS allows the process stream to be seen in real-time and provides quantitative data with reliable mass information. The result is visualization.

Click the title above to open the July 2016 issue of Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, Volume 14, Number 3, in an interactive PDF format.