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Flexible and Accurate Thermal Sampling for GC and GCMS

Mar 15 2019 Read 189 Times

There are many substances presented to the analyst that are not easily analysed using conventional techniques such as GC and GCMS including insoluble or involatile solids e.g. wood/paper, pharmaceutical, and soil/mineral samples, or complex solids e.g. cured adhesives, polymers, and paints. These problematic substances can however be analysed using analytical pyrolysis which is the controlled thermal degradation of the larger complex molecules into smaller, more analytically useful fragments that can be separated using conventional GC and GCMS.

The CDS-6000 pyrolyser systems can be installed onto any GC and configured for standard or slow rate pyrolysis, reactant gas pyrolysis (O2, H2, or gas of any choice), EGA studies, high pressure pyrolysis with reactant gas and elevated pressure through to steam pyrolysis.

The extended capabilities of the systems makes them much more than a polymer GC introduction system and can be considered as a thermal injection system for all matrices.

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