Event Date: March 23, 2022 – March 24, 2022
7 part webinar series originally broadcast on the 17th and 18th of March 2021. Now on demand
As any analyst will tell you, small, polar molecules are problematic.
Throw in some sulphur compounds, volatile amines, and water – you now have a “difficult analysis”. The primary reason is that traditional chromatography, both GC and LC, doesn’t really fit these compounds, leaving a gap in your analytical jigsaw puzzle. There is a third way, however – Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry, or SIFT-MS – which is particularly well suited to these problem analytes, and should be a natural part of your analytical toolbox.
Often, people with an awareness of SIFT-MS think of it as a niche technique, with few obvious mainstream applications. This is just not true! And, with this forthcoming event, we hope to show you why you need SIFT-MS.
Whilst the focus will be on breath, malodour and biological applications, what is clear is that laboratories that have adopted SIFT-MS, find multiple other applications where it is a valuable analytical tool and how it drives collaboration in other areas. Add into the mix, automation and you have a powerful instrument at your disposal, that will plug the hole you currently have in your laboratory.
Also, it’s fast.