Special Issues-10-01-2019

Special Issues

Oct 2019 CTMS Tucker Tables

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Vol 17 No 10 Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry October, 2019 Special Issue PDF

October 01, 2019

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Click the title above to open the Current Trends In Mass Spectrometry October 2019 special issue in an interactive PDF format.

Ionization Efficiency for Environmentally Relevant Compounds Using Atmospheric Pressure Photoionization Versus Electrospray Ionization

October 01, 2019

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In this study, atmospheric pressure photoionization (APPI) is compared to the default ionization method, electrospray ionization (ESI), for solution-phase samples. These mass spectrometry methods are compared and optimized relative to artificial wastewater for the detection and quantitation of pharmaceuticals frequently found as environmental contaminants.

Quantitative Analysis of PFAS in Drinking Water Using Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry

October 01, 2019

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Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are found in firefighting foams and consumer products. They are ubiquitous in the environment and are an emerging human health concern. This work compares the 2009 and 2018 revised US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) LC–MS/MS methods of analysis for PFAS in drinking water.

Recent Advances in Hyphenated Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry Techniques and Their Impact on Late-Stage Pharmaceutical Development

October 01, 2019

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In late-stage pharmaceutical development a new generation of high-resolution mass spectrometers and ion mobility mass spectrometers operate as orthogonal separation techniques and have greatly increased the ability to resolve impurities and increase the level of analytical information gained from a single analysis.

Novel Methods Using Mass Spectrometry for Food Safety—From Contamination to Nutrition

October 01, 2019

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In the human food supply, public confidence is affected by contaminants and misreporting of nutritional information. This article highlights three events that required development of new mass spectrometry methods, including the detection of pesticides (such as fipronil and glyphosate), and the detection and quantification of fat-soluble vitamins.