GC-MS is a gold-standard confirmatory technology used by labs to analyze chemical samples, but the need for this capability extends beyond the lab and into the field. Did you know a GC-MS can be used to identify narcotics, including opioids like Fentanyl? In FLIR PRIMED episode 12, Grant Coffey provides a brief overview of what a GC-MS can do - like the types of chemicals it can identify, how it complements other detection technologies in the responder tool kit, and the field applications it supports. Watch episode 12 and download the FLIR PRIMED “Chemical Response Tools: From Colorimetric Tests To GC-MS” Guide.
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