Gas Chromatography Infrared Spectroscopy (GC/IR) and Application to the Cannabis Industry
Presented by John Schneider, Argonne National Laboratory College of Du Page
Tuesday, June 21, 2022 ◉ 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course will cover the basics of Gas Chromatography using Infrared Spectroscopy (GC/IR) for detection. The basic configurations of GC/IR will be discussed including the light pipe interface, cryogenic trapping, and matrix isolation. Several applications will be covered including food/flavor analysis, forensics, homeland security and application the the cannabis industry. The use of GC/IR data as complementary to GC/MS data will be discussed.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Scientists working to characterize complex mixtures. Scientists working in the Food/Flavor, Environmental. Forensics, and Cannabis Industries.
Learn the basics of Gas Chromatography and Infrared Spectroscopy. Learn the utility of GC/IR and how it is complementary to GC/MS. Explore applications, especially to the Cannabis Industry.
CATEGORIES: Environmental Analysis, Food, Forensics, Gas Chromatography, Infrared Spectroscopy
About the Instructor
John F. Schneider is a retired Analytical Chemist at Argonne National Laboratory. He was the Group Leader of the Environmental Chemistry Team at Argonne National Laboratory. The team specialized in real time on site chemical analysis of environmental sites using X ray fluorescence, portable gas chromatography, and other analytical methods.
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