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Transition to Hydrogen Carrier Gas for Nitrosamine Analysis

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Helium scarcity is a growing concern for laboratories, creating demand for hydrogen as an alternative carrier gas for GC-MS analyses.

While hydrogen offers faster run times and better chromatographic resolution, it can react with analytes and suffer from a loss of sensitivity.

This application note explores the suitability of hydrogen carrier gas, in comparison to helium, for the analysis of eight nitrosamine impurities found in pharmaceutical products.

Download this application note to discover:

  • How hydrogen carrier gas performs compared to helium in GC/MS analyses
  • Strategies to maintain spectral quality and accuracy with hydrogen
  • Tips for efficient data management




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