Register for our Online Training Session: Fundamentals and Features of ChromaTOF for GC-MS Analysis
Three online sessions covering the standard features of the software. Aimed at users with little or no experience with ChromaTOF. For additional self-training purposes, the sessions will be recorded and can be downloaded, together with training data files. The following topics will be specifically covered during the training: Software Overview and Data Management Peak Finding & Library Searching On-the-fly searching…
"Selectivity: When, Where, and How to Use It!" by Diane Turner at LECO’S GC×GC Workshop & Symposium
At LECO’S GC×GC Workshop & Symposium, Dr. Diane Turner gave a talk about "Selectivity: Where, When, and How to Use It!" The talk covers techniques for sample analysis, selectivity in choosing the right technical setup (column choice, inlet parameters etc.), and also data analysis optimisation. Dr. Diane Turner is Senior Consultant & Director, Anthias Consulting Ltd., Consultant, The Open University,…
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…
Standard Oven Drying Methods vs. TGM800: Direct Moisture Determination
Jolanda Nortjé, Laboratory Manager of The Southern African Grain Laboratory (SAGL), had a problem. Working with grains meant a lot of thermogravimetric analyses, but standard oven drying methods were incredibly time-consuming. Depending on the flour matrix, oven times could range from 1 hour to 17. Whole grains could take a full 72 hours. When LECO Africa reached out with a…
New Pegasus® GC-HRT+ 4D for the University of Southampton
LECO’s PEGASUS® GC-HRT+ 4D will be the newest addition to the University of Southampton’s School of Chemistry, offering unique capabilities to UK researchers. Read what Professor John Langley has to say about the new mass spectrometer. “Highly advanced Southampton spectrometer to spearhead chemical research across southern region. Researchers across the south of England will analyse novel and strategically important chemistries…
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