4 Steps to Successful Compound Optimization on LC-MS/MS
How To Guide Nov 02, 2018 | By Elizabeth Suk-Hang LAM.
We are exposed to millions of novel contaminants that are strangers to the instruments used for detection. Therefore, chemists need to determine and optimize parameters for instruments, so they can be identified. Liquid chromatography – tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) is often used to identify and quantify trace amounts of chemicals with high sensitivity.
This guide provides an easy reference for compound optimization with LC-MS/MS.
Download this how to guide to learn:
- Where to start in optimizing detection of novel compounds
- Important troubleshooting points to consider
- How to verify your optimized conditions
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