Customer case study: Screening waters for contaminants using high-resolution accurate MS
Join our webinar as we hear from Janine Elliott, senior scientist from the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), who will detail her high-resolution accurate mass spectrometry (HRAM) approach to detect over 500 compounds in Scottish waters, including plant protection products, pharmaceuticals, personal care products (PPCPs).
A fast, sensitive and robust HRAM method for environmental monitoring
How to get more data from a single water sample
A cost effective emerging contaminant analysis
Many chemical substances enter our waterways from different sources and pathways. The EU Water Framework Directive and local regulations only require a small number of these substances to be monitored. Yet, the potential impacts of this pool of chemical substances on the environment and human health remain unclear. To monitor a broad range of compounds, providing insight into the “chemical cocktail” in Scottish waters, Janine has developed an HRAM method with a straightforward data processing scheme providing fast, sensitive, cost-effective analysis that is flexible to meet evolving project requirements.
In this informative webinar, Janine will delve into her analytical workflow and initial findings from this horizon-scanning approach to water monitoring.
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