GC-MS

Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS, GCMS or GC/MS) is an analytical method that is used to determine the composition of substances within a test sample. As the name describes, the system is composed of a gas chromatograph to separate the substances (analytes) and a mass spectrometer to identify these analytes. This is the gold standard for analysis in many fields such as forensics or petrochemical studies as GC-MS allows for the unequivocal identification of substances.

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203-821-662 A Comprehensive GC-TOFMS Metabolomics Workflow

Early Type 2 Diabetes prediction can be facilitated by the implementation of a metabolomics method for the identification of T2DM biomarkers. A complete automated derivatization workflow is explored.

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St. Patrick’s Day is an annual feast day celebrating the patron saint, St. Patrick. It’s a national holiday in both Ireland and Northern Ireland. The holiday, taking place on March 17th, has a number of traditions associated with it here in the USA as well—wearing green, eating the traditional Irish corned beef and cabbage, the Chicago […]

30 junho 2023 Excellence in GC-MS Applications

LECO, in partnership with The Analytical Scientist, is pleased to announce the winners of our Application Challenge! Learn more about novel and interesting applications of GC-MS through interviews with the winners.

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