As regulators impose more stringent air quality standards, there is a growing need for high-quality analytical devices that can be taken into the field for in-situ monitoring. Conventional analytical technologies (such as GC–MS and HPLC) lack the time resolution, responsiveness, and comprehensiveness of analysis required to provide timely answers so that air contaminants can be rapidly identified and addressed.
Selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS) is a revolutionary direct mass spectrometric technology for continuous, sensitive, selective, and robust analysis of diverse chemical species in air. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) — such as benzene, ammonia, and formaldehyde — and inorganic gases such as sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide are detected simultaneously and continuously in real time.
Please join us for this webinar that will present a variety of SIFT-MS–based environmental applications, including:
- Ambient air monitoring
- Fenceline monitoring
- Identification of ethylene oxide emissions.
- Case studies describing how this technology is being deployed by Samsung Electronics and the Korean National Institute of Environmental Research
Key Learning Objectives:
- Learn the fundamentals of the SIFT-MS technique, including its ability to selectively and comprehensively analyze samples in real-time in one simple analysis.
- Discover why SIFT-MS is well suited to air quality monitoring both in a mobile deployment scenario and for fence line monitoring.
- See how international regulatory agencies are using SIFT-MS as part of their air quality compliance monitoring and enforcement.
Who Should Attend:
- Atmospheric scientists
- Environmental scientists
- Environmental engineers
- Environmental consultants
- First responders
- Laboratory Managers / Directors / Supervisors