This webinar will overview a sensitive method used to analyse semivolatile organic compounds (SVOCs) on an Agilent 7000E Gas Chromatograph/Triple Quadrupole (GC/TQ) Mass Spectrometer. The utilization of GC/TQ instrumentation for analysis of SVOCs offers significant advantages:
- Excellent selectivity afforded by Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) mode results in faster batch review and increased confidence due to the elimination of matrix interferences often present when using GC/MS acquisition modes; and
- Better sensitivity enables smaller extraction volumes which improves sustainability, reduces waste, and decreases costs associated with sample preparation, solvent usage, and waste disposal.
- Key analytical techniques which facilitated this work will be discussed.
- Manufacturer’s recommended tune protocol for mass accuracy and resolution checks in accordance with US EPA Method 8270E will also be discussed.
GC/MS Application Specialist
Agilent Technologies, Inc.
Rachael Ciotti is a GCMS Application Specialist at Agilent Technologies in Wilmington, DE. Previously, she was a Field Service Engineer specializing in installing, maintaining, and repairing Agilent GC and GC/MS systems. Prior to joining Agilent, Rachael worked at DuPont as an analytical chemist responsible for GC and GC/MS method development and transfer to manufacturing labs. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Rutgers University.