This study demonstrates the use of ChromCompare+ software to identify significant differences across lemon oil batches for quality control and authenticity studies, as well as streamlined workflows to quickly classify samples of unknown origin.
In this study, flow-modulated GC×GC–TOF MS with Tandem Ionisation is used to characterise essential oils in fine detail, allowing the in-depth comparison of their compositions that aids rigorous quality control, particularly in the fragrance industry.
This study demonstrates the high performance of a dynamic headspace sampler with TD–GC–TOF MS analysis for investigating the complex aroma profiles from three varieties of hops.
This study demonstrates the high performance of a flow-modulated GC×GC–MS system for the evaluation of complex hop oils, which allows effective modulation of even the most volatile components without the need for expensive liquid cryogen. Analyte speciation is also aided by Tandem Ionisation for simultaneous acquisition of hard and soft EI data.
This study investigates the use of flow-modulated GC×GC to analyse an 84-component allergen calibration standard, with simultaneous detection by TOF MS for confident identification and FID for robust quantitation. The validity of the method is then demonstrated with the examples of essential oils and a fragrance mix.