Discover the Possibilities: New Application Notes for Analysis of Pesticides with new GC/MS/MS
Agilent Technologies: Tackling Helium Shortages with New and Novel Solutions
High-throughput laboratories face constant pressure to analyze more samples, even as resources shrink, and analytical challenges grow. New developments in intelligence and performance raise the gold standard in GC/MS to handle the complexity and demands of routine testing.
Recent challenges due to helium shortage can put your lab in a risky situation.
Hydrogen has some attractive benefits, such as increased speed and lower-temperature separations, but has traditionally been viewed as having performance drawbacks.
In this webinar series, we will focus on new technology advancements and best practices in GC/MS that reduce downtime and enhance lab productivity and performance. We will also present the new Agilent HydroInert source, designed to help minimize sensitivity loss and spectral anomalies associated with hydrogen gas.
Presenter: Anastasia A. Andrianova (GC/MS Application Scientist, Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
Anastasia Andrianova is a GC/MS Applications Scientist in the Mass Spectrometry Division of Agilent Technologies, located in Wilmington, Delaware. She received a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of North Dakota (Grand Forks) in 2017 and a combined masters’ and bachelor’s degree in analytical chemistry from the Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia) in 2014. Anastasia has been at Agilent Technologies since 2018. She has authored or co-authored over 30 journal articles and application notes, as well as 1 patent in the field of analytical chemistry, focusing on chromatography and mass spectrometry. Anastasia is currently working in GC/MS applications in multiple areas with a focus on food and environmental analysis.