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EPA Method 8270 Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Analysis on a New Benchtop Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer
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Poster Title: EPA Method 8270 Semi Volatile Organic Compounds Analysis on a New Benchtop Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer
Submitted on 23 Mar 2017
Author(s): Jonathan Byer, Todd Richards, Lorne Fell, Joseph Binkley
Affiliations: LECO Corporation
This poster was presented at Pittcon 2017
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Abstract: EPA Method 8270 Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds Analysis on a New Benchtop Time-of-Flight Mass SpectrometerSummary: •The Pegasus BT is a powerful instrument for target and non-target analysis in the same data acquisition.
•Pegasus BT meets or exceeds the EPA Method 8270 requirements for instrument performance.
•With TOFMS, all of the masses are collected all the time without compromising sensitivity and without mass spectral skewing, resulting in unsurpassed spectral fidelity for library database searching and identifying analytes with confidence.
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