Analyzing the Unanalyzable: Breakthrough in Complex Samples with LC/MS/MS
When analyzing complex compounds - such as PFAS, pesticides and mycotoxins - in challenging matrices with LC/MS/MS, labs face system contamination, matrix effects and time-consuming source cleaning. The combination of these can lead to inaccurate quantification and reduced sensitivity.
In our latest Teach Me in 10 episode we are joined by Derek Mattern, Subject Matter Expert at PerkinElmer, as he talks about ways that can help labs overcoming these challenges while meeting current regulations requirements.
- Overcoming Typical Challenges for PFAS Analysis to Meet Evolving Regulatory Requirements
- Analysis of PFAS in Drinking Water by Large Volume Direct Injection Following the EU Drinking Water Directive 2020/2184
- Mitigation of PFAS in Drinking Water Through Analytical Innovation
- Critical Insights in the Detection of PFAS in our Environment
- PFAS Analysis Brochure