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Sniffing Out Parkinson Disease Using GERSTEL Dynamic Headspace (DHS) and Olfactory Detection Port (ODP)

Automated Method for the Extraction and Derivatisation of Alkylphenols, Ethoxylates and Bisphenol A in Water

Analysis of Human Cell Lines Using Automatic Tube Exchange (ATEX) and GC/MS

Automated Thermal Desorption Tube Spiking of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCS) Using GERSTEL Dynamic Headspace Sampler

Automated Extraction and Derivatisation for the Detection of Steroids in Blood Using Mitra® Microsampling Devices

The Use of SIFT-MS to Determine Drying End Points for In-Line Process Monitoring

Initial Work for Automation of a BSTFA Derivatisation for Phenolic Compounds in Water

An Evaluation of the GERSTEL Basic Filtration Option for the MPS Robotic Pro

Automated Solvent Extraction of Flavours from a Selection of Fruit Beverages

Analysis of Formaldehyde Scavenging Compound Using Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS)

Comparison of Extraction Techniques for Volatiles in a Selection of Spirits and Liqueurs

Initial Development Work for the Automated Derivatisation of Glyphosate and Aminomethylphosphonic Acid in Water Followed by LC-QQQ Analysis

Automated Extraction of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Soils

Rapid Odour Screening of Paperboard Using Static Headspace-SIFT-MS

Rapid Determination of Volatile Compound Content Using Multiple Headspace Extraction-SIFT-MS

Rapid Screening of Volatile Compounds in Paperboard Using Static Headspace-SIFT-MS

Comparison of the Agilent 5977B MSD with High Efficiency Source and 7250 Q-TOF for Analysis Using Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction of Semi Volatile Organic Compounds

Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS) and Chemometrics for the Comparison of Beer Flavour Profiles

High-Speed Formaldehyde Analysis for the Process-Line and Laboratory: SIFT-MS

High-Throughput Formaldehyde Analysis in Air Using Direct Mass Spectrometry

Analysis of Fire Debris Samples by GC-MS and Chemometrics

Alkane Ladder Characterisation for Retention Time Calibration Using GC-MS Low Energy EI

Optimisation of a Large Volume Injection (LVI) Method for Organic Contaminants in Water Using Design of Experiments (DoE)

The Power of Low Energy EI Ionisation in GC/Q-TOF MS

Automated Liquid Liquid Extraction of Epichlorohydrin using GC/MS

Determination and Monitoring of Potentially Corrosive Volatile Compounds from Museum Storage Materials – Alternative Analytical Approach to the Oddy Test

Further Development of Spiking Thermal Desorption Tubes using GERSTEL Tube Spiking System and TD3.5+

A Fully Automated Approach to the Analysis of NDMA in Water

Analysis of Blood Plasma Samples using SIFT-MS

Dynamic Headspace (DHS) Analysis Using Full Evaporation Technique (FET) to Quantify Trace Level Analytes Present in a Herbal Based Liquor

Automated Solution for Spiking Thermal Desorption Tubes using GERSTEL Tube Spiking System and TD3.5+

Investigation of the Agilent 5977B with High Efficiency Source (HES) to Enable Electron Impact (EI) Analysis of Phenolic Compounds in Water

Dynamic Headspace (DHS) for the Screening of Fragrance Compounds in Flowers by GC/Q-TOF using Chemometrics

Automated Pyrolysis of Polystyrene and Poly (Bisphenol A Carbonate)

Separation of Complex Aroma Compounds using Selectable 1D/2D GC-MS with Simultaneous Olfactory and Element Specific Detection

Automated Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS)

Initial GC/Q-TOF Work for Trace Analysis of Organochlorine Pesticides Using NCI

Preliminary Investigation of a Range of Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS) Applications

The Automation of Sonication, Mixing and Dilution On-line with HPLC for a Pharmaceutical Application

Comparison of Different Sample Introduction Techniques for the Analysis and Characterisation of e-Liquids Using GC-MS

Automated Online Desorption and Analysis of DNPH Derivatives of Formaldehyde, Acetaldehyde and Related Carbonyl Compounds Using a New Robotic Autosampler

Large Volume Injection of Flame Retardants Using the CIS-4 Inlet

Offline Automated Extraction of Non-Polar Pesticides in Water with Analysis by GC/MS

Automating the Extraction and Analysis of Urinary Free Cortisol Using Instrument Top Sample Prep (ITSP), GERSTEL MultiPurpose Sampler and Agilent LC-MS/MS

PrepAhead: How to Master Your Time with GERSTEL Maestro Software

Automatic Liner Exchange (ALEX) to Deal with Dirty Matrices Using the GC/Q-TOF

Design of Experiment (DoE) and GERSTEL MultiPurpose Sampler (MPS): a match made in heaven

Initial Work on Automating Dispersive Liquid Liquid Micro Extraction for EPA 8270

Comparison of Extraction Techniques for Volatiles in a Selection of Tea Samples

SN011 – Analysis of Sulphur Compounds in Beer Using SIFT-MS

Initial Work on Automating Dispersive Liquid Liquid Micro Extraction for EPA 8270

Fully Automated Sample Preparation and Analysis of 25-OH-Vitamin D3/D2 and 3-Epi-25-OH Vitamin D3/D2 in Serum using LC-MS/MS

Exploring the Biotechnological Potential of Endophytic Fungi Using Online Automated Sample Preparation GC-MS

SN007 – Rapid Determination of Formaldehyde in Shampoo Samples Using SIFT-MS

SN001 – Automated Preparation of Stock Standards and Calibrators for LC-MS

NS30 and Stability Tests Using the New Anatune VOC Analyser

Analysis of Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ) using SIFT-MS

SN006 – Fully Automated Liquid-Liquid Extraction on Low Level Trichloranisole Using GERSTEL Robotic

The MultiFlex GC/Q-TOF as a Tool for the Investigation of Taste and Odour in Drinking Water

Fully Automated Method using Dispersive Liquid Liquid Micro Extraction (DLLME) for Extractable and Leachable Studies

SN008 – Determination of Hydrocarbons in Fungi Growing Media by Twister TDU-GC/Q-TOF

Determination of Acetaldehyde in Water from Plastic Bottles Using Hot Injection Trapping (HIT) Technique on GC-MS

SN005 – Automated Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Geosmin in Water by GC-MS/MS

Benefits of using Sample Enrichment Techniques (Headspace SPME, Twister SBSE and Dynamic Headspace) to Determine Trace Level Analytes Present in a Herbal Based Liquor

Fully Automated Liquid-Liquid Extraction Method using a GERSTEL Dual Head Robotic with Robotic Pro of Organochlorine Pesticides and Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Water

SN002 – Welcoming the Thermal Desorption 3.5 unit at Anatune

A Fully Automated Liquid-Liquid Extraction for 2-Methylisoborneol and Geosmin in Water

SN003 – Automated Forensic Toxicology Solutions: Assurance of High Quality Lab Data When Evidence and Truth Matter

Drugs of Abuse in Oral Fluids: Automated SPE Extraction and LC/MS/MS Determination using a Robotic Autosampler

Fully Automated Determination of 3-MCPD and Glycidol in Edible Oils by GC/MS Based on the Commonly Used Methods ISO 18363-1, AOCS Cd 29c- 13, and DGF C-VI 18 (10)

Use of the SIFT-MS for a Selection of Health and Safety Applications (Visit to HSL)

A Fully Automated Offline Solution for the Analysis of Amino Acids by GC-MS

Automating the Accurate Transfer of Highly Volatile to Highly Viscous Liquids using a Bench-top Workstation

Use of SPE and Twister (SBSE) to enrich Heptachlor and Heptachlor Epoxide from water with a GC/QTOF in NCI

A Fully Automated On-line Forensic Toxicology Solution for the Determination of Opioids in Blood by Smart SPE Clean-up and GC-MS

Quantitative Determination of Terpenes in Cannabis using Headspace Solid Phase Microextraction and GC/MS

AromaOffice: Application of a Novel Linear Retention Indices Database to a Complex Hop Essential Oil

Off-gassing of Rubber Particles Used for Athletic Fields using Automated Dynamic Headspace Sampling

Automation of Derivatisation Workflows for GC-MS Metabolomics Applications

Initial Work for Automation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Water

Automation of On-line Sample Preparation for LC Applications

On-line Monitor for Metaldehyde in Surface and Ground Water

Initial Work for Automation of Organo Chlorine Pesticides and Poly Chlorinated Biphenyls in Water

Initial Work for Automation of a BSTFA Derivatisation for Phenolic Compounds in Water

Investigation of the Agilent 5977B with High Efficiency Source (HES) to enable Electron Impact (EI) Analysis of Phenolic Compounds in Water

Automated Solutions using Small Scale SPE to Solve Challenging Applications

The Fully On-line Automation of MOX-TMS Derivatisation for Metabolomics Applications

Automated Phospholipid Fatty Acid (PLFA) Analysis using MIDI’s Sherlock PLFA Analysis Software

The Power of Fully Automated Sample Preparation for Metabolomics Applications: Proof of Concept

Offline Sample Preparation of Acid Herbicide Samples for LC/MS Analysis using a Dual Head MultiPurpose Sampler

Fully automated on-line Folch Extraction and trans-methylation of fatty acids in salmon tissue

Use of SBSE for clean-up of QuEChERS extracts from complex matrices

Using Dynamic Headspace and Principal Component Analysis to Find Key Differences Between Chocolate Samples

Automated Approach for Determination of BTEX in Soil

Optimisation and Validation of an ITSP Method for the Determination of Taste and Odour Compounds in Water

Automated Desorption, SPE Extraction, and LC/MS/MS Analysis of Dried Blood Spots

Automated Sample Preparation for Metabolomics Studies using the GERSTEL MPS Dual Head WorkStation. Part 2: Automated Lipid Fractionation using Solid Phase Extraction

Automated Sample Preparation for Metabolomics Studies using the GERSTEL MPS Dual Head WorkStation. Part 1: Automated Ultrasonic Assisted Liquid Extraction and Filtration

Cleanup of QuEChERS Extracts using SBSE for LC/MS/MS Determination of Pesticides in Food Products

Extractables and Leachables Analysis of IV Bag Systems using Direct Thermal Extraction of the Materials and Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction of Aqueous Solutions coupled with Thermal Desorption Gas-Chromatography with Unit Mass and High Resolution Mass Spectrometric Detection

Automating Liquid-Liquid Extractions using a Bench-top Workstation

Automating Liquid-Liquid Extractions using an X-Y-Z Coordinate Autosampler for LC/MS/MS Analyses

Comparison of Extraction Techniques for Volatiles in Whisky

Fully Automated Solution for the Extraction of Non-Polar Pesticides by GC

Analysis of Formaldehyde from a Wax Candle Flame using SIFT-MS

Initial Work for the Determination of Taste, Odour and Phenolic Compounds in Water using ITSP on the New Agilent GC-QQQ 7010

The Development of the MVM (Multi-Volatile Method) in the Whisky Matrix

Large Volume Injection of Selected Explosives using the GERSTEL CIS 4 PTV Inlet and Agilent 5975C GC-MS

A Fully Automated and Quantitative Method for Metaldehyde in Water using GC/QQQ

SPME Workshop Focusing on the Analysis of Coffee

Trace Level Enrichment of Malodour Analytes in Water using Twister Technology

Analysis of Formaldehyde and Acetaldehyde using Automated DNPH Derivatisation

The On-Line Measurement of VOCs in Flowing Water

Anatune Assist – Will Get You Off to a Racing Start

Automating DNPH Derivatisation for Aldehyde and Ketone Analysis

Determination of VOCs in Water using the New Anatune VOC Analyser

Interfacing a Markes Unity2 Thermal Desorber with the Syft Voice200 SIFT-MS

What Compounds can be Analysed with SIFT-MS?

A Technical Comparison of SIFT-MS and GC-MS

A Technical Comparison of SIFT-MS and PTR-MS


Solutions for Breath Research & Human Health

Automated Online Desorption and Analysis of DNPH Derivatives of Airborne Aldehydes and Ketones

The Automated Derivatisation and Extraction of Fatty Acids using the GERSTEL MPS Autosampler and Agilent 7890 / 7200 GC/Q-TOF

The On-Line Measurement of VOCs in Flowing Water

Determination of Pesticides in QuEChERS Extracts Using the Multiflex GC/Q-TOF

Determination of Acetaldehyde in water from plastic bottles using Hot Injection Trapping (HIT) technique on GC-MS

Trace Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Water using Twister SBSE Technology

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