Versatile Instrument for the Temperature-Dependent Differentiation of Carbon in Solids Showcasing at analytica 2018
Feb 28 2018 Read 468 Times
One of Elementar’s focus products at this year’s analytica in Munich is the soli TOC® cube, the most versatile analyser for the temperature-dependent differentiation of carbon in solids.
The soli TOC cube offers users the option of measuring not only total organic (TOC) and total inorganic carbon (TIC), but also determining the residual oxidisable carbon (ROC). In addition to the classical TOC determination by direct or indirect methods, which both need sample treatment with acid, temperature ramping method can also be employed, which requires neither sample preparation nor the use of acids. In this mode, the soli TOC cube can operate with three-step as well as two-step temperature programming with innovative carrier gas switching for better separation of ROC and TIC.
Larger samples on the order of grams can be reliably analysed, thus making the soli TOC cube the perfect instrument for the precise analysis of inhomogeneous samples. Measurement of TOC compliant with DIN 15936 is also remarkably simple.
Additionally, the use of a post-combustion catalyst ensures that even high carbon-content samples are quantitatively oxidised and achieve equally high measurement quality. For high sample throughput the instrument can run fully automated and unattended with its 89 position autosampler.
Learn more about the soli TOC cube and its innovative features at the Elementar stand at analytica 2018, Hall A2, stand 311.
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