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Ray Marsili [Marsili Consulting Group] discusses the use of chromatograms to determine flavor and fragrance anomalies within various samples. Presentation from 17 May 2012.

This document is intended to provide an introduction to LECO's comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography (GCxGC) systems. Suggestions and recommendations are intended to help new users become familiar with the technique and how the ChromaTOF software may be utilized. LECO Ref. #209-066-011

Statistical Differentiation of Baijiu Spirits Using SPME-GC-TOFMS and ChromaTOF Sync Software | Pegasus BT and ChromaTOF Sync | 203-821-659

Comparison of Traditional Chardonnay and Buttery Chardonnay with Data Processing for Sample Sets | Pegasus BT and ChromaTOF Sync | 203-821-653

Classification of Compounds in a Diesel Sample Using GCxGC-FID Analysis and Automated ChromaTOF Data Processing

Differentiation of Regular and Barrel-Aged Maple Syrups with ChromaTOF Tile | Pegasus BT 4D and ChromaTOF Tile | 203-821-634

A Comprehensive GC-TOFMS Metabolomics Workflow | Pegasus BT and ChromaTOF Sync | 203-821-662

Trust Your Results in Mineral Oil Analysis - Improved Confidence with Superior Qualitative and Quantitative Information | Pegasus BT 4D | 203-821-645

Comprehensive Evaluation of Pesto Aroma Profiles Using SPME-GCxGC-TOFMS | Pegasus BT 4D | 203-821-641


Statistical Differentiation of Pesto Products Using SPME-GCxGC-TOFMS and ChromaTOF Tile Software: Enhanced Aroma Characterization | Pegasus BT 4D and ChromaTOF Tile | 203-821-642

Characterization and Comparison of Whiskey Aroma Profiles with GC_TOFMS and ChromaTOF Sync | Pegasus BT | 203-821-661

Chemical constituents on their wings provide cicadas with water resistance as well and antimicrobial, anti-reflective, and self-cleaning functions. In this study, the wing chemicals of two cicada species were examined using the Pegasus® BT 4D GCxGC-TOFMS system and analyzed through the ChromaTOF® software.

Food authentication protects consumers, sellers, and producers from fraud. In this article, scientists discuss new non-destructive methods of food authentication which utilizes LECO Pegasus® BT 4D GCxGC-TOFMS and ChromaTOF® software to enhance cultivar classification.

Christina Kelly (LECO Applications Chemist) demonstrates how to use the classification tools of ChromaTOF® software. Presented as a portion of the LECO 2020 GCxGC Symposium.
Christina Kelly, LECO Applications Chemist, demonstrates Peak Filtering within the ChromaTOF software. This webinar was originally presented to LECO 2020 GCxGC Symposium participants.
In this webinar from the 2020 GCxGC Symposium, Todd Richards (LECO Separation Science Service Manager) demonstrates quantitiation method set-up in ChromaTOF software.

LECO Applications Chemist, Liz Humston-Fulmer, discusses the Retention Index functionality of ChromaTOF GC-MS data analysis software. This webinar was part of the LECO 2020 GCxGC Symposium.

Dave Alonso, LECO Applications Chemist, introduces webinar attendees to the Spectral Analysis Tools within the ChromaTOF software. Originally presented as a segment of the LECO 2020 GCxGC Symposium. Create Mass Defect, Ring Double-Bond Equivilent, and Van Krevelen data plots.

Classification Regions are a feature LECO's ChromaTOF software. Classification Regions utilize the structured nature of a GCxGC chromatogram to organize related analytes into user-defined groups. LECO Ref. #209-066-013

One of the most-common advantages cited when comparing comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography (GCxGC) with conventional one-dimensional gas chromatography (1D-GC) is the increase in detectability observed utilizing GCxGC. This document demonstrates how to utilize the Pegasus BT as the detector. LECO Ref. #209-066-012

Farai Rukunda [LECO] discusses User Libraries within chromatograph analysis software, ChromaTOF. Presentation from 22 January 2010.

Determining and identifying individual analytes within a complex sample can provide important information to better understand a product or process. This exploratory analysis is readily accomplished with GC-TOFMS, as it provides non-targeted data with every acquisition. The Pegasus BT adds to the chromatographic separation by taking advantage of the full mass range data with mathematical deconvolution to further separate chromatographic coelutions. These capabilities provide excellent information about a sample and the ChromaTOF brand software contains tools to help streamline data analysis.

Rob Synovec [University of Washington] discusses discovery-based analysis and its application into gas chromatography, and the development of ChromaTOF® Tile, a tile-based fisher ratio analysis tool. [Synovec presentation begins at 14:00]. Presented at ASMS on 10 June 2020.

Informative flyer for the LECO Accurate Mass Library, a gas chromatography resource available for Pegasus GC-HRT+ to compare user results with a curated spectral database. LECO Ref. #209-272

LECO brings data comparison technology into one-dimensional gas chromatography (GC) analysis. See how ChromaTOF Sync analyzes and compares flavor and aroma samples.

Explore how software solutions can save a lab time and resources with GCxGC-TOFMS analysis, utilizing ChromaTOF Tile.

Literature for Identification Grading System (IGS), developed from EPA's Non-Targeted Analysis Collaborative Trial (ENTACT). LECO's IGS works with ChromaTOF® software. LECO Ref. #209-284

ChromaTOF Tile demonstration, "Cannabis Data Processing using ChromaTOF Tile" from 2021 LECO North American GCxGC Symposium.
ChromaTOF Tile versatility demonstration from 2021 LECO North American GCxGC Symposium.
Introduction and overview of ChromaTOF Tile, introduced to LECO customers in the 2021 LECO North American GCxGC Symposium.

Reference Library developed by LECO and Dr. Oliver Fiehn (University of California-Davis). Over 1,100 spectra of 700 metabolites available for sample and data comparison of chromatograms. This metabolomics reference library is fully integrated into the ChromaTOF® software suite. LECO Ref. #209-207

Harness the power of accurate mass and high-resolution mass spectrometry with Spectral Analysis Tools (SAT). Paired with Pegasus® GC-HRT+ and ChromaTOF® software, this toolkit streamlines the identification and quantitation of heteroatomic species in either GC or GCxGC data. LECO Ref. #209-262

An overview of GCxGC mass spectrometry and improved flavors in vegetarian foods. ChromaTOF Tile was utilized to review chromatography data. Presented by Hans-Gerd Janssen, Science Leader Unilever Research, Professor Recognition-based Analytic Chemistry at Wageningen University & Research, and Ed Rosing, Analytical Flavour Scientist at Unilever R&D Vlaardingen.

Utilizing Gas Chromatography-Olfactometry (GC-O) can help identify active odor compounds in complex mixtures. But, what happens if GC-O does not identify a compound, but an off-flavor or malodor is still present? Ray Marsili (Analytical Flavor Chemist and Owner, Marsili Consulting Group) discuss the process of utilizing ChromaTOF peak deconvolution software to identify hidden compounds.

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