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GC/MS training for laboratories
Your teams need training in the GC/MS chromatographic technique...
What is the principle of GC/MS?
First of all, what is gas chromatography (GC)? It is an analytical technique that separates a mixture of volatile or semi-volatile molecules.
Using this technique, the sample is first heated to a high temperature and then vaporized. Thus, the gaseous form of the volatile molecule is injected into the chromatographic column.
Following this separative phase, a detector transforms the arrival of the different molecules into a signal: the chromatogram (peaks). This detector can be MS, MS/MS or FID.
In addition, Gas Chromatography is coupled to Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS). This GC/MS technique has several objectives:
- the separation of the various volatile and semi-volatile compounds of a mixture,
- then, to analyze them in a qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative way.
For which compounds is the GC/MS technique used? This technique is particularly adapted to the analysis of apolar volatile compounds (residual solvents, oils, hydrocarbons, alkane derivatives and small organic molecules).
Why train in gas chromatography GC/MS?
The applications of GC/MS analysis are multiple…you will be able to :
Stability study of chemical formulation
Characterization of Materials
Raw material analysis
Analysis and study of container-content interactions in the laboratory
FILAB's GC/MS training...
You have just acquired a GC/MS in your laboratory? The competent person(s) are no longer part of your team? Would you like to improve your expertise in GC/MS analysis and the exploitation of results?
As an accredited training organization, FILAB supports your teams in the use of the GC/MS analysis technique, whatever your sector of activity.
This technique has many applications, particularly in the fields of metallurgy, plastics, pharmaceuticals, medicine, energy, etc.
At FILAB, we develop and offer our customers tailor-made training courses that are in line with your industrial issues or analytical challenges.
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