We had a fantastic time at the 66th American Society Mass Spectroscopy conference. It was great to hear from industry leaders and learn about the latest trends in the mass spec community.
Our ASMS breakfast seminars have become an important part of the ASMS experience as industry experts discuss their personal experiences using GC- and GCxGC-TOFMS technology. This year, we were thrilled to have Bob Nelson, Jan Hazebroek, and Al Robbat, Jr. share their application work with attendees! You can view recordings of their presentations by clicking the links below.
Application of GCxGC-HRT-MS Petroleomics Based Spectral Analysis of Two Iconic Oil Spills from the Gulf of Mexico for Environmental Forensics
Monday, June 4 | Presented by Robert K. Nelson | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Replacing LECO Pegasus HT with Pegasus BT GC/TOF-MS Instruments for High Throughput Metabolomics: Our Experience
Tuesday, June 5 | Presented by Jan Hazebroek | Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™
Errors in Currently Employed Standardized Methods - Predicting the Fate of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Polychlorinated Biphenyls in the Environment
Wednesday, June 6 | Albert Robbat, Jr. | Tufts University, Chemistry Department
LECO Application Experts spent the week presenting application work covering a number of topics including energy/fuels, environmental, food/flavor, metabolomics, and more—all showcasing the power of GC-MS and GCxGC-MS and its ability to identify more components in your samples.
Curious about what GC-MS or GCxGC-MS can do for your application?