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Overcoming GC-MS Challenges With Hydrogen Carrier Gas

While helium remains the gold standard carrier gas used in GC-MS methods, there are growing concerns regarding its unstable supply chain and rising costs.

HydroInert, an innovative ion source optimized for use with hydrogen as a carrier gas, can help labs avoid the disruptions of unstable supply chain issues while overcoming many of the performance challenges associated with hydrogen use.

This compendium of application notes highlights GC-MS systems that can conquer analytical challenges across a wide range of industry applications while ensuring maximum productivity, affordability and throughput.

Download this compendium to explore systems that can:

•   Maintain sensitivity to meet maximum residue limits
•   Decrease costs associated with sample transport, solvent usage and waste     disposal
•   Deliver leading performance, reduce instrument downtime and maximize sample     throughput
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