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Dual Dopant Approach for Simultaneous LC-APPI-MS/MS Analysis of Low and High Proton Affinity Pesticides
EP20473
Poster Title: Dual Dopant Approach for Simultaneous LC-APPI-MS/MS Analysis of Low and High Proton Affinity Pesticides
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): Sheng-Suan (Victor) Cai, Kaveh Jorabchi and Jack Syage
Affiliations: Syagen Technologies
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Abstract: The poster demonstrates how a programmable dual dopant delivery system allows use of optimum dopants for specific analytes based on on-column elution profile/retention times and offers several capabilities/flexibilities for achievement of maximum APPI sensitivity. The following scenarios can be performed.
Summary: The objectives of the work detailed in this poster was to explore dual dopant approach to maximizing APPI sensitivity for simultaneous analysis of low and high proton affinity compounds.
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