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New GC/TOF-related website offers analytical chemists a wealth of information
ALMSCO International (Llantrisant, UK) has launched a new website focusing on BenchTOF-dx, its time-of-flight mass spectrometer for GC, providing the analytical chemistry community with a valuable online resource
Designed to offer easy navigation, the new site enables visitors to gain much faster access to a wealth of information on the company’s innovative products, applications, technical notes, scientific posters and video tutorials. It describes how BenchTOF-dx, brings together a unique combination of break-through features that deliver high-definition mass spectrometry and outstanding performance with every GC application.
In addition to this, web users will find comprehensive information on the company’s GC/MS compound identification software, TargetView. TargetView automates and simplifies analysis of trace target compounds and unknowns in complex GC/MS datasets. This section of the web site includes a video which provides an overview of TargetView functionality – how it works and how it can enhance GC/MS data processing.
Commenting on the new website, Nick Bukowski, Business Development Manager, ALMSCO, said: “This fresh online presence better reflects the technical excellence and broad application range of BenchTOF-dx and related products.”
“It offers a great platform for us to showcase the innovative technology we have introduced, and to share our knowledge and expertise with the rest of the analytical chemistry community,” he added.
Other technical resources to be found on the website include a range of application notes and posters which highlight how both BenchTOF-dx and TargetView are being used to advance a range of GC and GCxGC/TOF MS areas including environmental contamination, oil exploration, flavour/fragrance profiling, metabolomics, homeland security and toxicology.
The new website can be visited at www.almsco.com
ALMSCO International is the mass spectrometry division of Markes International, the world’s leading supplier of analytical thermal desorption equipment for trace organic analysis.