Advances in Applications of GC–MS and LC-MS: A Virtual Symposium



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Event Overview:

Mass spectrometry (MS) technologies continue to advance, and with new technology developments come new capabilities for applying MS to a wide range of analyses using gas chromatography (GC) and liquid chromatography (LC). In this two-day virtual symposium, we bring together leading scientists who are developing and applying new targeted and non-targeted GC–MS and LC–MS techniques and methods, for industrial, food, environmental, and biopharmaceutical analysis. They will address a range of MS types, including triple-quadrupole MS (MS/MS), time-of-flight (TOF), high-resolution MS (HRMS), and MALDI-TOF-MS, as well as various sample preparation techniques, including automated approaches.

We have a morning and afternoon session each day. There will be live Q&A for the morning sessions. Attendance is free.

Top Reasons to Attend

  • Discover the latest advances in GC–MS and LC–MS techniques, including sample preparation, for practical application in your laboratory
  • Learn methods that provide practical benefits, such as increased sensitivity and higher throughput
  • Harness the latest approaches for both targeted and untargeted analyses
  • Increase productivity in your food, environmental, biopharmaceutical, or industrial laboratory

Talk 1: Food Analysis

Application of Gas Chromatography with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry (GC­–HRMS) for Non-Targeted Screening and Identification of Chemicals Migrating from Food Contact Materials

Yelena Sapozhnikova: Research Chemist, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Talk 2: Food Analysis

Instrumental Methods for the Determination of Persistent Organic Pollutants – and the Significance of Sample Preparation

Jeffrey C. Archer: Chemist, Arkansas Laboratory, US Food & Drug Administration

Talk 3: Industrial Analysis

Analysis of Trace Level Oxygenates by Cryogen-Free Thermal Modulation–Based Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography Coupled with Time-of-Fight Mass Spectrometry

Grace Yang: Principal Research Scientist, Dow Chemical Company

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