This application brief describes a 15 min IC method for the determination of chloride in multivitamin-mineral supplements. The method uses a 2 mm Dionex IonPac AG20/AS20 column set with electrolytically generated potassium hydroxide (KOH) eluent. Using this method, chloride is well resolved from other anions found in the multivitamin samples. The method has a linear calibration over the concentration range from 0.2 to 500 mg/L with r2=1.000 and the method is precise (RSD ≤ 3.0%). The data show this IC-CD method can be used for the determination of chloride in multivitamins.
This study described the simultaneous direct determination of glyphosate and AMPA in oat flour by IC-MS. Glyphosate and AMPA can be determined sensitively and accurately using a Dionex IonPac AS19-4 μm column and ISQ EC single quadrupole mass spectrometer. The Reagent-Free ion chromatography system provides excellent
reproducibility, thereby yielding greater quantification accuracy and consistently reliable results.
In this document we demonstrate that AOAC 2018.16, a first action method for sugars determination in foods, can be executed with a Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ CarboPac™ PA20-1 mm column using KOH/KMSA eluent produced electrolytically.
using Dual Eluent Generation Cartridge (Dual EGC) mode
This work aimed to develop and validate an analytical method for simultaneous screening and quantification of pesticide residues in potato by using the QuEChERS
extraction method in combination with the Thermo Scientific™ Exactive™ GC Orbitrap™ GC-MS system operated in full scan mode. The data acquisition and
processing were carried out by using Thermo Scientific™ TraceFinder™ software. The optimized method was validated as per the SANTE/12682/2019 guidelines.
An AcquireX workflow implemented on the Orbitrap ID-X Tribrid mass spectrometer was evaluated for the analysis of 250 pesticides spiked into strawberry matrix to
demonstrate the efficiency of the workflow for identifying the pesticides spiked at different levels. Detection and identification were determined by matching experimentally acquired MS and MS/MS data to validated spectral libraries. The efficiency of the AcquireX workflow was evaluated against a standard data-dependent acquisition and dynamic exclusion method that did not utilize an exclusion list.