Designed for Speed: A Fast-GC Forum

7 October 2021 14:30-17:00, United Kingdom

The advantages of helium as a carrier gas for mass spectrometers have long been known, but it is a limited natural resource with varied supplies and expenses. On the other hand, hydrogen gas generators can be installed in any lab for a constant supply and, conveniently, increased chromatographic speeds.  This one day onlne forum will discuss how to overcome the challenges of switching from helium to hydrogen, the analytical and business impacts of adding hydrogen generators to your lab, and how the resulting mass spectral profiles compare between helium and hydrogen gases.

Forum Talks

Fast GC/Hydrogen Method Transfer Overview & Application Examples
    Presented by David Benanou (Veolia) Nick Jones (LECO)
Flow Modulated Fast Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography Combined With Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry: A Comparison Between the use of Helium and Hydrogen as Carrier Gas 
    Presented by Peter Q. Tranchida and Luigi Mondello, University of Messina
Switch to Fast GC Easily - Theory and Practice
    Presented by Jaap de Zeeuw, Restek
Advantages of Hydrogen Generators: Usage, Costs, and Safety Made Easy
    Presented by Jean-Marie Casanova, Sales Director at F-DGSi
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Developers and manufactures elemental measurement and molecular Time-of-flight MS instrumentation
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