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Pegasus BT | Analysis of Synthetic Greenhouse Gases and Ozone-Depleting Substances

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Pegasus GC-HRT | Enhancing of a Powerful Discovery Tool with a Novel Multi-Mode Ion Source

How to... Drive Faster! The Fast GC Technology Forum

THE FAST GC TECHNOLOGY FORUM

All the tricks of the trade won't be enough if your instruments can't handle the speed. LECO's Pegasus® line is designed to take full advantage of the speed of TOFMS analyses without sacrificing the sensitivity you need, and our StayClean® Ion Source means you never have to slow down to clean out your engine.

LECO Solutions for MOSH/MOAH

 

Whatever your sample preparation workflow requirements are, harness the power of LECO GC×GC & TOF technology to solve the complex challenges of MOSH / MOAH Analysis.

MDCW 2021 | Multidimensional Chromatography Workshop

MDCW 2021 | Multidimensional Chromatography Workshop

The Multidimensional Chromatography Workshop draws experts in this exciting field to share and discuss their research. The informal workshop also provides an excellent opportunity for those interested in multidimensional chromatography to learn more about this unique analytical technique. Research topics include advancements in multidimensional chromatography technology and applications of this highly selective chromatographic approach.

ON-DEMAND | GC×GC-HR-TOFMS for untargeted screening of Breathomics

Watch the LECO’s webinar in cooperation with The Analytical Scientist now available for on-demand viewing. The webinar features "GC×GC-HR-TOFMS for untargeted screening of Breathomics" by Pierre-Hugues Stefanuto, Lead Scientist at University of Liège

Learn your new PEGASUS® BT on your schedule

Learn your new PEGASUS® BT on your schedule

Your Pegasus® BT is a powerful instrument, but if you're unsure how to use some of its features, you aren't able to get the full benefit from your investment. LECO is rolling out LECOLearn, an online, on-demand training site to help you maximise your laboratory.

LECO Solutions for Metabolomics

 

Metabolomics presents challenges for both the analytical methods used and the data reduction required to interpret the results. No single analytical technique can be used for complete characterisation of the metabolome, and no metabolome has been completely characterised. However, GC-MS provides an established method to analyse the primary metabolome, whereas LC investigates the secondary and tertiary metabolites.

"Evaluating Oxidized Base Oils by Flow Modulated GC×GC-TOFMS" by Paul Harvath

At LECO’S GC×GC Workshop & Symposium (filmed at the LECO European Application and Training Centre, Berlin, Germany) Paul Harvath gave a talk entitled "Evaluation of Oxidized Base Oils by Flow Modulated Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography – Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry". In his talk he gave an insight about the history and future of engine oils for cars, and how the lubricants changed over the times.

Pegasus 4D | GC-TOFMS Analysis of Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables Calibration for 26 Components from 10 to 1000 pg/μL

Pegasus HT | Determination of 277 Pesticides at Trace Levels by GC–TOFMS

Pegasus HT | Rapid Analysis of Spearmint Oil by GC-TOFMS

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Pegasus HT | Reverse Searching of a Large Peak Table for Phosmet in Michigan Blueberries after Analysis by Gas Chromatography – Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

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Pegasus HT | The Analysis of Red List OP Pesticides in Food by DMI/GC-TOFMS

Pegasus HT | Fast Screening for Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables by Gas Chromatography – Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

Pegasus HT | Determination of Pesticides in Food Matrix by GC-TOFMS

Pegasus HT | Minimizing Degradation of the Pesticides Captan and Iprodione by Using Fast Gas Chromatography – Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

Pegasus HT | Ion Ratio as Quality Assurance for Pesticide Analysis by Gas Chromatography – Time-of- Flight Mass Spectrometry (GC-TOFMS)

Pegasus HT | Aroma Profile of Pet Food by GC-TOFMS and GCxGC-TOFMS

Pegasus HT | Trace Level Organochlorine and Organophosphorous Pesticides Analysis in Green Tea by SBSE-GC-TOFMS

Pegasus HT | Qualitative GC-TOFMS Analysis of Nutmeg Extract: Automated Peak Finding and Spectral Deconvolution of Minor Components

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Pegasus HT | Beer Aroma: Detection of Analyte Differences with GC-TOFMS and the Reference Feature in ChromaTOF®

Pegasus HT | Non-Targeted Aroma Profiling by GC-TOFMS to Compare Beer Samples

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Pegasus BT | Comprehensive Detection and Confirmation of Explosive Residues in Soil Using a High Performance Benchtop GC-TOFMS

Medical Diagnosis using Breath Analysis and GC×GC-TOFMS: Optimizing Data for Accurate Treatment

At our ASMS breakfast seminars, Jean-François (Jef) Focant, Head of the Department of Chemistry and Director of the Organic and Biological Analytical Chemistry group at the University of Liège, Belgium, spoke about using our Pegasus® BT 4D and Pegasus® GC-HRT 4D for GC×GC-TOFMS on the breath of asthma patients to improve asthma treatment*. Before diving into the blood and sputum, Jef first educated us on the importance of optimizing your data.

Mass spectrometry and the history of GC-TOFMS by Alan Griffiths

 Non-targeted analysis, data science and innovation have synchronised to underpin the next generation of separation science analysis in mass spectrometry. LECO UK’s separations science product specialist Alan Griffiths explains.

“Ideas often spark one another, and chain reactions occur. As with chemical reactions, ideas can remain contained in relatively small areas before gradually spreading outward. California’s Silicon Valley is a focal point for technology. For mass spectrometry (MS), the UK’s city of Manchester is a focal point. Manchester is where the first commercial mass spectrometer built outside of the US was produced…“

Read the full article here…

Chemistry World // Issue 12/2019 // Article by Alan Griffiths

Pegasus BT | Discovery of Sulfur-Containing Compounds in Broccoli with GC-TOFMS

Pegasus BT | EPA Method 8270 Semivolatile Organic Compounds Analysis on the Pegasus BT: A Benchtop GC-TOFMS

Pegasus BT | Quantitation of Four Regulated Phthalates in Plastic Consumer Products by Gas Chromatography–Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

Pegasus BT | Fast Pesticide Residue Analysis in Food with a New Benchtop GC-TOFMS: Pegasus BT

Pegasus BT | Using High Performance GC-TOFMS to Effectively Monitor Patients for Opioids and other Drug Classes

Pegasus BT | Metabolomic Profiling of Corn and Rice Extracts Using a Benchtop GC-TOFMS

Pegasus BT | Analysis of Fats in Food Products with GC-TOFMS

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Pegasus BT | Discovering the Scent of Celery: HS-SPME, GC-TOFMS, and Retention Indices for the Characterization of Volatiles

Pegasus BT | Rapid Screening Analysis for Barbiturates in Human Urine by GC-TOFMS with the Pegasus BT

Pegasus HT / Pegasus 4D | Differentiation of Fresh and Oxidized Wine Samples with HS-SPME, GC-TOFMS, and GC×GC-TOFMS

Pegasus HT | Detection of Cork Taint Fault in Wine Using HS-SPME and GC-TOFMS for the Quantification of 2,4,6-trichloroanisole

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