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From Helium to Hydrogen: GC-MS Case Study on SVOCs in Water

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Join us for this discussion as we explore and apply the conversion of helium to hydrogen as a carrier gas in GC-MS methods.

We will discuss key modifications to both GC and MS set up in hardware and methods necessary for successful migration to hydrogen carrier gas and examine the effect of each parameter on data quality. An actual case study will be shared, which will feature the presentation and comparison of data for a fast GC-MS analysis of semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) performed on a new modular GC with a single quadrupole mass spectrometer utilizing helium and hydrogen carrier gases. We will present the final, optimized method fully migrated to hydrogen carrier gas with improved peak shape, resolution, run time, and sensitivity, including the meeting of the DFTPP tuning criteria as required by the U.S. EPA Method 8270.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  1. How to plan the migration from helium to hydrogen carier gas in GC-MS;
  2. How to anticipate and solve challenges or problems that may occur during the migration;
  3. The best current practice of analyzing SVOCs (U.S. EPA Method 8270) in water on a single quadrupole GC-MS with hydrogen carrier gas.

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PRESENTERS:

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Alex Semyonov

Product Tech & Marketing Manager
Thermo Fisher Scientific
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Jessie Butler

Applications Scientist
Thermo Fisher Scientific
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Dr. Ami Miller

Associate Editor
SelectScience
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