Utilizing New and Unique GC Column Selectivities for Optimal Separation of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in Environmental and Food Matrices by GC–MS



Thursday, March 3rd at 11 am EST Discover alternate selectivities for fast yet effective separation of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) by GC-MS

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/POPs

Event Overview:

Modern regulations put emphasis on analytical methods that are capable of separating critical analyte pairs for identification and quantitation. To meet experimental separation goals and exceed regulatory requirements, new gas chromatography (GC) column selectivities are now essential. In this webinar, Dr. Ramkumar Dhandapani will explore advances in GC column selectivity and provide method development tips to help solve challenging chromatographic problems. A variety of important and popular analytical methods will be explored, including these environmental and food analysis applications:

  • Fast, single-column separation of dioxins, substituted furans, and PCBs
  • Fast analysis of PAHs and PCBs using unique GC column selectivity
  • Lifetime evaluation with challenging matrix extending column lifetime.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about new GC solutions for environmental and food testing of POPs
  • Learn how to utilize novel GC column selectivities for method development of challenging separation
  • Evaluate new GC column selectivities expedite analysis of dioxins, PAHs, and PCBs by GC–MS

Who Should Attend:

  • GC and GC-MS method development scientists that are interested in optimizing POP (persistent organic pollutant) methods
  • Scientists in environmental and food testing labs that are looking to increase the performance and productivity of their GC analytical methods
  • Chromatographers who are looking to improve their current PAH, PCB, Dioxin GC methods with an alternative column or technique for faster and more effective separation


Dr. Ramkumar Dhandapani
Product Manager

Ramkumar Dhandapani has been in the chromatography industry for over 17 years with hands-on and troubleshooting experience. He holds a PhD in analytical chemistry from Seton Hall University with specialization in microextraction, multidimensional gas chromatography, and tandem mass spectrometry. He has developed and validated several regulatory-compliant methods for pharmaceutical, food, fuel, and environmental analysis and has handled method improvement and troubleshooting across a range of separation techniques. Dr. Dhandapani joined Phenomenex in August of 2014 and he serves as a Global Product Manager. Dr. Dhandapani regularly presents on innovations in gas chromatography at chromatography conferences.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/POPs

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