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Congratulations Coastal Chemist! Dr. Petr Vozka

June 17, 2022

In October, 2021, at ASMS, LECO announced its search for a new collaborator in GC-MS. As part of a pilot program, we were looking for someone whose lab was working on important or novel chemistry and could really benefit from the addition of a free Pegasus® BT GC-MS. At ASMS 2022, we announced our winner.

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We Don't Know What We Don't Know (But GCxGC Can Find It)

May 27, 2022

LECO recently concluded a webinar series on agricultural applications of our instruments with a presentation by Dr Frank Dorman of Dartmouth College, Department of Chemistry, formerly of Penn State University, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. While at Penn State, Frank worked on an environmental forensic investigation of wastewater applied to agricultural fields.

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Designed for Speed: Fast GC

May 6, 2022

Even the best-trained experts can only move as fast as their equipment will allow, and as helium prices increase and supplies drop, the fast spectral acquisition speeds of GC-TOFMS instruments stand ready to reap the benefits of fast GC separations afforded by utilizing hydrogen carrier gas.

While the advantages of helium as a carrier gas for mass spectrometers have long been known, it is a limited natural resource. On the other hand, hydrogen gas generators can be installed in any lab for a constant supply and, conveniently, increased chromatographic speeds.

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Taking Flight: A Measured Science Podcast

April 15, 2022

LECO's Separation Science division has been seeing a lot of growth, and with that growth grew a new Global Application and Development Director! Nick Jones sat down with Measured Science host Andrew Storey to discuss LECO's GC-MS technology and why Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry (TOFMS) is the future.

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Energy eBook: Gas Chromatography and Refineries

March 25, 2022

Petroleum products are used the world over, and they all start with crude oil refinement. In distilling, cracking, and reforming the crude oil into petroleum products, many analytical instruments and tests are needed to monitor the process and maintain the quality demanded by consumers and regulations.

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Optimizing Complex Environmental Analyses with Gas Chromatography Techniques: an LCGC E-Book

March 4, 2022

Environmental crises are now a daily concern in labs all around the world, and scientists are racing to get ahead of the problems. In their latest e-book partnership, LCGC and LECO teamed up to turn a spotlight on some of the latest GC-MS and GCxGC-MS techniques that can help labs pull ahead of the curve.

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Fatal Fakes: The Counterfeit Drug Crisis

January 21, 2022

Prince. Tom Petty. Michael K. Williams. Lil Peep. Logan Williams. Daniel Mickelson. Jay Bennett. Bobby Brown Jr. The list of celebrities lost to fentanyl overdoses is long and growing alarmingly fast year after year. But it's not just celebrities falling victim to this potent drug. On January 13, 2022, a 13-year-old at the Sport and Medical Sciences Academy in Hartford, Connecticut, was exposed to a lethal dose of fentanyl and died three days later. In 2016, fentanyl surpassed even heroin as the deadliest opioid. But why?

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Is Your Lab on the List?

December 10, 2021

LECO is holding a giveaway! One lucky U.S.A. laboratory will be chosen to receive a FREE* Pegasus® BT GC-TOFMS. Is your laboratory on the list?

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GC-MS Webinars: Did you miss one?

November 19, 2021

With an increase of digital content over the past two years, there has also been an increase of demands on your time. Not everyone can clear their schedules for a multi-hour or multi-day symposium of webinars. That's why LECO maintains our webinars on-demand, so you can empower your laboratory at your own pace.

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Death, Disease, and Mummies: A Virtual GC/MS Symposium

October 8, 2021

For many, fear of the unknown can be paralyzing. A smell, a taste, an object that cannot be identified... for most people, it is a warning to stay away.

For mass spectrometrists, it is an invitation.

To celebrate the season, LECO is taking a look at the spookier side of mass spectrometry with a virtual symposium celebrating science beyond the grave.

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