Well what a week and what a great final day!
When the TruMac® Macro Determinator at the Southern African Grain Laboratory (SAGL) needed to be replaced, laboratory manager Jolanda Nortjé returned to LECO for an updated solution. For the past twenty years, LECO had been providing the SAGL with excellent service support, and their TruMac and previous nitrogen analyzers had been LECO products they were very satisfied with. At the end of 2019, trusting LECO again, the SAGL purchased a LECO FP928 to replace their TruMac.
Day 4 of the GCxGC Virtual Symposium did not disappoint! The topic of Safety and Security made for another great day of presentations. The quote of the day perhaps was “I like GCxGC because it casts a very broad net on your samples when employing non-targeted analysis strategies.”
Yet another successful day of presentations on Metabolomics and Breath Analysis... Turning Data into Information (thank you Heather)! Note that there are two interesting events on the horizon The Breath Biopsy Conference and the Multidimensional Workshop.
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When you make an investment, you want to know how it works. All of the bells and whistles, the clever shortcuts, and the changes that make it different from the last instrument you used are important to know for the most efficient and effective use of your new gas chromatography mass spectrometer. LECO has always offered in-person training classes and on-site lab visits, but in today's changing world with travel restrictions and social distancing, how can you learn about your Pegasus® BT while staying safe?
In Europe, food contamination by Mineral Oil Saturated Hydrocarbons (MOSH) and Mineral Oil Aromatic Hydrocarbons (MOAH) is a growing concern and one that is starting to gain attention in North America. There is not enough data yet to know for sure if all MOSH and MOAH contamination is harmful, but some MOSH has been proven carcinogenic, and some MOAH have caused complications in lab mice and selective build-up in the human body. In order to better understand the effects of these hydrocarbons, it is first important to determine the presence and types of MOSH and MOAH in food samples.
How efficient is your workflow when it comes to food samples? Are you sure you're seeing everything your sample has to offer? Learn how LECO has been expanding what is possible when it comes to food safety analyses with a free series of webinars.
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