GC and GCMS webinars Week 46
LabRulez: GC and GCMS webinars Week 46
In the week from November 15, 2021,, the following webinars await you in the field of GC and GCMS. More details and registration can be found in the WEBINARS section.:
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1. Separation Science/Thermo Fisher Scientific: The Importance of Data Integrity in Achieving Pharma 4.0
In this webinar, Nicola Gardner will explore why organizations cannot continue to advance with only technology and must also understand the evolution of data integrity.
2. Technology Networks/Thermo Fisher Scientific: CDS Webinar Series: Built for IT Without Compromise
We will explore benefits that a chromatography data system can provide to IT system administrators and lab managers, from backup and disaster recovery to a solution for remote working.
3. Wiley Analytical Science: Insights & Industry Applications for the Identification of Unknown Mass Spectra
Join us on for a Q&A panel session with industry researchers discussing their insights and user experiences identifying unknowns using the Wiley Registry and Wiley Registry/NIST.
4. Thermo Fisher Scientific: Toxic gases in food and the threat of ethylene oxide
In this webinar, we will share the proven plug and play GC-MS solution for the determination of EtO using a triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS based on the SRM method developed at the CVUA, Stuttgart.
5. PerkinElmer: Detectors for GC Analysis of Ethanol in Blood
6. Teledyne Tekmar: Introduction to EPA Method 624 - Level 101
Attendees will get a brief understanding of Purge and Trap as well as an understanding of EPA Methods 624 and analysis for municipal and industrial wastewater.
7. Technology Networks/Cascade Laboratory Consulting: The Rapid and Accurate Analysis of Terpenes in a Commercial Laboratory Setting
Due to the nature of these compounds, gas chromatography coupled with a mass spectrometer is the preferred method of analysis (GC/MSD).
8. Agilent Technologies: Ballooning helium costs keeping you up at night? Try Hydrogen and Nitrogen as Alternative Carrier Gases
The rising cost of helium, due to a global shortage in supply, has forced labs to consider alternatives such as hydrogen or even nitrogen, but is this a smart choice? Does it make sense for your laboratory?