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Ultra-Fast Bites - For the Love of Food! Latest Update on the Analysis of MOSH/MOAH Contamination

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Duration: 15 minutes

1:30 pm — India, Sri Lanka
3:00 pm — Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam
4:00 pm — Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Australia (Perth)
6:00 pm — Australia (Sydney, Melbourne) 

Welcome to the "Ultra-Fast Bites" series - where you can get ultra-fast insights about the latest trends and hottest topics in bite-sized content to stay at the forefront of science.

In our previous For the Love of Food! series, we have previously discussed the use of LC-GC-FID, which is the industry standard for monitoring mineral oil pollutants in edible oils and food contact materials.

These pollutants are frequently encountered as saturated (MOSH) and aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), making it essential to analyze for food safety. However, with the analytical challenges, additional sample clean-up procedures (AlOx and Epox) must be used to improve the method's robustness and sensitivity.

In this presentation, join us as Dr. Andreas, Managing Director of Axel Semrau GmbH & Co KG, introduces a fast and efficient analysis of MOSH/MOAH using a new automated saponification workflow that can save your time and effort while maximizing the results.

For the love of food!

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn more about LC-GC-FID, which is the standard instrumentation to monitor the levels of MOSH/MOAH
  • Understand automated clean-up techniques for the analysis of MOSH/MOAH samples
  • Discover how the new automated saponification workflow can help save your time and effort in analysis



Dr Andreas Bruchmann
Managing Director
Axel Semrau GmbH & Co KG

After studying Analytical Chemistry at the University of Bochum, Andreas Bruchmann joined Axel Semrau in 1992. He worked in different departments before becoming Managing Director in 2010. Now he is responsible for the Chromatography business unit, which supplies automated application solutions for the food and pharmaceutical industry worldwide. He was also involved in the development of the CHRONECT MOSH/MOAH Workstation from the beginning in 2010.


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