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Hydrogen as a Carrier Gas for GC-MS

This presentation will focus on the shift towards hydrogen as a carrier gas in Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS), motivated by helium's scarcity and high cost. It will discuss the benefits of hydrogen and address challenges like safety and the impact on analytical accuracy. Highlighting innovations like the Agilent HydroInert Source and the Markes TD system adapted for hydrogen, this talk provides a comprehensive overview of the latest advancements and considerations in employing hydrogen in GC-MS.

Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • The imperative for transitioning to hydrogen as a carrier gas in GC-MS analyses
  • The benefits and potential drawbacks derived from utilizing hydrogen
  • The efficacy of hydrogen in analyzing specific classes of compounds, including analytes that may exhibit compromised performance under hydrogen-based analysis
Diane Turner, PhD, FRSC
Diane Turner, PhD, FRSC
Senior Consultant & Director
Anthias Consulting Limited
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