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What’s in the Water? Uncovering Unknown Disinfection By-Products using GCxGC and HRMS

Professor Susan Richardson from the University of South Carolina will delve into her groundbreaking research on a newly discovered class of disinfection byproducts in drinking water. Using advanced techniques such as gas chromatography coupled with high-resolution mass spectrometry, Professor Richardson sheds light on the implications for water safety and public health. Discover the benefits of mass spectrometry for environmental analysis and gain insight into the future of drinking water quality assessment.

Part of the 2024 Non-Target Screen Webinar Series

Pegasus BTX Introduction Launch Video

Pegasus BTX Introduction; Product Launch Video

Pegasus BTX Applications Walkthrough Video

Nick Jones walks through the application work being done on the Pegasus BTX

TGA801 Thermogravimetric Analysis Overview

Thermogravimetric Analyzer provides accurate, high-precision thermogravimetric constituent analysis—moisture, ash, volatile content, and LOI in various organic, inorganic, and synthetic materials.

Webinar: Moisture and Ash Determination in Food

This webinar covers several methods of determining moisture and ash content, with a focus on the weight loss on drying method for moisture and the weight loss after combustion method for ash. We offer an in-depth overview of the technology used and demonstrate its capabilities with several analytical examples.

Moisture And/Or Ash Determination In Food With Automated TGA Systems

Several methods of determining moisture and ash content, with a focus on the weight loss on drying method for moisture and the weight loss after combustion method for ash.

Kjeldahl vs Dumas – How do you Determine Protein?

Explore the differences between the Kjeldahl and Dumas methods and describe the benefits of the latter. We also cover the advantages of the ballast/aliquot principle, provide analytical examples, and conduct a live demonstration, followed by a Q&A session.

Discovery Workflow Best Practices for Environmental Contaminants

When you don't know what you're looking for, as is often the case with environmental contaminants and pollutants, the task can seem daunting, but high-resolution TOFMS and GCxGC is a powerful combination for non-target searches. With the tools included with the Pegasus® HRT4D and the Multi-Mode Source™ (MMS™), identification of unknowns can be vastly improved and assigned higher confidence.

GCxGC Analysis Workflow with ChromaTOF Tile

Small time savings throughout the workflow can add up to big savings. See aroma and flavor examples of how automated sample prep and elevated Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry (TOFMS) analysis, followed by software solutions to compare and evaluate data and results, can save your lab time and resources.

Fast GC/Hydrogen Method Transfer – Overview and Examples

Helium is becoming an increasingly limited natural resource; using Hydrogen to achieve increased chromatographic throughput in GC applications is attractive. Both have advantages and disadvantages. LECO experts investigated the use of Hydrogen as a carrier gas for GC-TOF-MS analysis. Nick Jones, LECOs Global Application and Development Director (Separation Sciences) presents the method transfer approaches used, the technological benefits, and application examples in the presentation below.

GC-MS Analysis Workflow utilizing ChromaTOF Sync

Small time savings throughout the workflow can add up to big savings. See aroma and flavor examples of how automated sample prep and elevated Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry (TOFMS) analysis, followed by software solutions to compare and evaluate data and results, can save your lab time and resources.

Environmental Forensic Investigation of Wastewater Applied to Agricultural Fields – What Do We Not Know, and How Do We Find It?

How do we find what we don't specifically look for? This presentation will look at non-target GCxGC for environmental forensics, or exposomic analysis, of wastewater, specifically the semivolatile organic fraction, and what can be done when discovered non-targets may present health impacts. Frank L. Dorman, Penn State University Dept of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology & Dartmouth College Dept of Chemistry

Carbon and Nitrogen Determination in Soils, Plant Tissue, and Fertilizers by Combustion Analysis

Carbon and nitrogen are two of the primary nutrients of vital importance to the physiology of plants. Carbon content in soil plays in important role in the growth and development of plants. Plant foods or fertilizers with blends of multiple plant nutrients often including nitrogen. The amount of nitrogen in the fertilizer is optimized for the plant type that is being grown. The LECO 828 and 928 series of determinators can quantify the amount of carbon and nitrogen in soils, fertilizers, and plants. This webinar will focus on quantifying both carbon and nitrogen in these matrices.

Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Determination in Soil Using Acid Treatment and Temperature Differentiation

The presentation will outline TOC determination in soil using two different approaches. First, we will explore the use of acid treatment of the soil to remove carbonates followed by analysis using conventional combustion techniques. Next, we will explore using a ramped furnace temperature approach to differentiate organic and inorganic carbon species. TOC results from both approaches will be presented. Jeffrey Gast

Sulfur Determination in Plant Tissue, Soils, and Fertilizers by Combustion Analysis

Sulfur is one of the essential macronutrients required for plant growth, aiding the formation of amino acids and proteins, as well as chlorophyll formation. Initiatives to reduce sulfur emissions have led to less sulfur being deposited in soil, causing an increased use of sulfur-containing fertilizers; resulting in an increased demand for sulfur determination in fertilizers, soils and plant tissue. This webinar will outline several combustion based approaches for sulfur determination in these materials. Lloyd Allen

Webinar: Sulfur Determination in Soils, Plant Tissues, and Fertilizers

Utilizing LECO 832 and 928 Instrument Series for Sulfur Determination

Thermogravimetric Determination of Moisture/Ash in Soils and Plant Tissues

Water content in soil and plant tissue is an important parameter that can influence crop growth, yield, and quality. In addition, moisture plays an important role in commerce and storage of food products. Determination of ash in soil can be used to approximate the organic content of the soil.

Thermogravimetric Determination of Moisture and Ash in Soils and Plant Tissue Materials

Water content in soil and plant tissue is an important parameter that can influence crop growth, yield, and quality. In addition, moisture plays an important role in commerce and storage of food products. Determination of ash in soil can be used to approximate the organic content of the soil. This webinar will review the Thermogravimetric determination of moisture and ash in soil and plant tissue. Jeffrey Gast

Breath Analysis – Investigating the Human Volatome

FP-CN828 Elemental Determination Demo Video