GC Method Advancements for the Analysis of Environmental Matrices in the Industrial Landscape


  • Are you challenged by complex sample matrices?
  • Do you need to frequently and rapidly develop new GC methods?
  • Do you want to develop methods that minimize sample preparation time yet are accurate, sensitive and selective?
  • Do you have to accommodate compounds having a broad range of boiling points?

Then watch this webcast where you’ll hear first-hand from an expert on overcoming challenges of testing complex sample matrices with frequent new gas chromatography (GC) method development.

Daniel J. Letinski, Distinguished Scientific Associate at Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Laboratory, ExxonMobil, USA, discusses his experience and strategies for fast method development projects using automated static headspace and large-volume injection, gas chromatography.

He shows how both techniques can improve laboratory productivity, lower detection limits and minimize the use of organic solvents, accommodating the analysis of a complete range of volatile and semi-volatile compounds at trace concentrations in a variety of environmental, biological and other challenging sample matrices.

During this webcast you will learn:

  • Guidance and tips for quick method development and calibration for challenging matrix sample preparation
  • Application examples of both techniques used in environmental fate and effects testing
  • Rapid method development techniques that allow for enhanced detection limits, reduced solvent use and optimized efficiency and productivity to benefit all who require investigation of industrial compounds in difficult matrices
  • Advantages of headspace and large-volume injection gas chromatography

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