GC-MS


Also found in: Acronyms.

GC-MS

Gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy. See there.
References in periodicals archive ?
This indicates the possibility that GC-MS can be used to identify wood species based on chemical compounds emitted from wood (Zhou et al.
Professor Joshua Coon, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, applies GC-MS to metabolomic studies to understand complex biological systems.
We performed GC-MS analysis on an Agilent 5973 bench-top MSD that was connected to a 6890 gas chromatograph.
The SCION TQ also incorporates a 180-degree collision cell design for a dramatically smaller instrument footprint; a critical need in emerging markets and for anyone choosing to upgrade their GC-MS technology.
The GC-MS will add to the extensive range of testing and analytical capabilities at ARTIS, which complements the laboratory mixing and moulding expertise.
Comparison of methods for melamine analysis Method LOQ (a) [micro]g/kg Advantage Selectivity LC-MS/MS 10-50 High Both melamine [micro]g/kg sensitivity and cyanuric acid GC-MS or 10-100 High Melamine, GC-MS/MS [micro]g/kg sensitivity cyanuric acid, ammeline and ammelide HPLC-UV 0.
GC-MS is used for the detection and analysis of pesticide residues mostly in fruits and vegetables.
The peaks at 32 and 36 min were confirmed by GC-MS to be pure iso-LTX-diol and LTX-diol, respectively.
To circumvent these problems, this study describes the use of solid-phase microextraction (SPME) for direct extraction of metabolites from aqueous solution containing phenanthrene or other PAHs followed by GC-MS analysis.
and "Examination of extractables from food-contact rubber compounds using GC-MS and LC-MS techniques," John Sidwell, Rapra Technology Ltd.
The SHS-40 is a compact, cost-effective and automated headspace sampler for Bruker's GC and GC-MS product lines which are widely utilized in the pharmaceutical, food testing, fuel and energy, and polymer industries in key analytical and quality control operations for the analysis of a variety of VOCs.