Dublin, Ireland 

We are looking forward to meeting you at our booth #16

Lunch Vendor Session  

"From sample preparation to data analysis with ultra-fast key in hand solutions"

Learn how to streamline your sample preparation with maximum speed and throughput for your extraction tasks. Traditional instruments, however, can often no more cope with an ever increasing sample demand, as they are not very well synchronized with subsequent work-up procedures such as solid phase extraction (SPE) or sample concentration.

As a result, the bottleneck has been continuously shifted from sophisticated high performance analysis instruments to time consuming sample preparation. BUCHI Labortechnik AG is presenting a unique parallel workflow for pressurized solvent extraction, SPE and evaporation.

Discover how an Ultra-Fast GC/MS TQ will bring you higher sensitivity, faster analysis and smarter productivity. Fast quantitative screening of pesticides in food matrices becomes very important to increase working efficiency. Using tandem MS selectivity allows a fast analysis with high precision. In fast GC/MS, peak width at the base is down to 1 sec or less. Fast GC/MS/MS detection is needed. The SHIMADZU tandem GC/MS allows fast MRM and fast SCAN/MRM switching modes to provide quantitative precise data in routine analysis of more than 300 pesticides. Several different Databases will be presented which allow speeding up easy screening via quick semi-quantitative analysis and MRM DB for precise quantitation.

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Presenter: Claudio Zigerlig

Date & Time:

Thursday, 03.07.2014 

14:05 - 14:50 h 


"SpeedEx applications in the field of Persistant Organic Pollutants analysis: treatment of complex matrices such as food, feed, environmental and human samples"

Philippe Marchand, PhD, LABERCA, Unité Contaminants, Nantes, France

“New smart technologies for pesticides screening using GC-MS/MS”

Riki Kitano, Shimadzu Corporation, GCMS Business Unit, Japan

“A rapid triple quadrupole mass spectrometer for fast and very fast GC "pesticides" applications”

Danilo Sciarrone, PhD, Università di Messina, Dipartimento di Scienze del Farmaco, Italy  


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