[On Demand Webinar] Evaluation of a High-Sensitivity GC-MS/MS in the Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Complex Samples: Cost Savings and Other Benefits

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Katerina Mastovska (Covance Food Solutions)

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Increased MS detection sensitivity can be used to improve analyte limits of detection/quantitation (LOD/LOQ) or to decrease the sample introduction into the analytical system while maintaining the LOD/LOQ levels. The latter option is very attractive in routine GC-MS analysis, especially in complex samples where matrix can detrimentally affect GC separation, method ruggedness and routine maintenance costs. This webinar will discuss the use of a high-sensitivity GC triple quadrupole MS/MS system in pesticide multiresidue analysis, employing a method with a decreased GC injection volume. Comparison study experiments using difficult botanical matrices were designed to evaluate short- and long-term impact of the decreased sample introduction on the method performance and frequency of routine system maintenance, including estimation of the associated cost savings.

By attending this webinar you will learn...

  • How a lower injection volume enabled by increased detection sensitivity can:
    - improve quality of data in routine pesticide residue analysis
    - provide time- and cost-savings due to the reduced system maintenance. 
  • How to analyse more complex samples 
  • How state-of-the-art GC-MS/MS instrumentation and tools, such as column backflushing, can help address the challenges. 

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