Webinar Annoucement – A New Dimension in Benchtop GC-MS
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 at 12:57:PM
Separation Science, in association with Markes International, offers you the exclusive chance to take part in an upcoming webinar that will introduce Select-eV, a new development in electron ionisation.
By David Sparkman (University of the Pacific, USA) &
Nick Bukowski (Markes International, UK)
Date: 26 February, 2014
Time: 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm GMT / 5pm CET
What does it cover?
This webinar will introduce Select-eV, a revolutionary development in electron ionisation. Until now, soft ionisation by EI hasn't been successfully achieved without a significant sensitivity penalty. Select-eV provides the ability to switch effortlessly between hard and soft ionisation without any loss in sensitivity. This presentation will demonstrate how the underlying benefits of GC-TOF MS along with the ground-breaking capabilities of Select-eV technology have been combined into a compact analytical system, BenchTOF-Select.
What you will learn
Discover how variable energy electron ionisation can enhance your analysis by providing:
- Speciation of compounds that exhibit similar/indistinguishable EI spectra at 70 eV
- Improvement in detection levels
- Increased molecular ion intensities
- Increased selectivity through a reduction in fragmentation
Why should you attend?
Keep up to date with cutting edge technologies for GC and GC×GC techniques, from wide ranging applications, including:
- environmental screening
- aroma profiling
- crude oil fingerprinting
Select-eV enables you to detect and identify compounds that may have escaped notice in previous analytical set-ups.
Who should attend?
Scientists currently using GC-MS or GCxGC-MS for complex mixture analysis and who would benefit from the increased dimensionality that Select-eV offers.
Direct Link: http://view6.workcast.net/register?pak=3691143732414063
NOTE: All registrants will be sent a link to the recorded version shortly after the live event; therefore, if the time of broadcast is not convenient you will not miss out.
David Sparkman is an Adjunct Professor of Chemistry at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California; Contractor to the NIST Mass Spectrometry Data Center; and President of ChemUserWorld. Over the past 28 years, he has developed and taught five different ACS courses in mass spectrometry. He is the author of Mass Spectrometry Desk Reference, a member of the Editorial Boards of the John Wiley Encyclopedia of Environmental Analysis and Remediation and Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry. Along with J. Throck Watson, he developed the Mass Spectral Interpretation Quick Reference Guide.
Nick Bukowski started his MS career with the VG manufacturing group of companies. He held numerous MS roles including applications lab manager leading up to the company’s transition to Thermo Finnigan. Nick managed a number of Informatics research programmes before becoming the product manager for the Thermo TEMPUS TOF system. After a spell with Anatune in the UK, Nick joined Markes International in 2009 where he now manages the Mass Spectrometry & Informatics business unit.