The requirements of laboratories are constantly increasing and their main interest is:
fast analyzes (higher capacity and therefore efficiency & lower analysis costs)
low detection limits (due to the requirements of new methods)
high data quality associated with increasingly complex matrices
Multidimensional (comprehensive) GC technique, i.e. GCxGC/MS has huge advantages precisely for complex samples, where standard quadrupole systems fail both due to their speed and their limitations in the area of sensitivity in the full m/z range. Many real samples in the work have already shown that additional compounds that were not identified and misinterpreted by the standard GC/MS technique were detected in control analyzes by GCxGC/MS.