A Sticky Situation…

Ryan Schonert

Ryan Schonert runs forensics tests on tape adhesives to determine if their chemical characteristics were different enough to aide in the prosecution of a crime, using…

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Keep Your Fuel Streams from “Diene” with VUV – Part 3.5

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

Bonus blog! Just when you thought Alex Hodgson was done talking about conjugated diolefins…

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Keep Your Fuel Streams from “Diene” with VUV – Part 3

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

In the final post of the series, Alex Hodgson explains how to make the derivatization method will work with GC-VUV.

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Screening Your Coffee for Furan with GC-VUV

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James Diekmann explains how he used the HS-GC-VUV technology to identify the toxic compound furan in coffee.

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Keep Your Fuel Streams from “Diene” with VUV Part 2

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

In the second of his 3 part series, Alex Hodgson explains how GC-VUV is useful to find conjugated diolefins (CDOs) using ASTM D8071.

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VUV versus PDA Detectors – What’s the Difference?

Ryan Schonert

Ryan Schonert explains the difference between the GC-VUV Detector and Photodiode Array Detectors (PDA) using molecular spectroscopy.

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Keep Your Fuel Streams from “Diene” with VUV Part 1

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

In the first of his 3 part series, Alex Hodgson explains how ASTM D8071 is useful to fuel refineries because it can find conjugated dienes, which…

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Holy Halitosis – What’s in Your Mouthwash?! Let’s Find Out by Using GC-VUV.

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James Diekmann explains that not all "mint" mouthwashes are created equal when you test them using SH-GC-VUV.

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Flying at the Speed of (Ultraviolet) Light Part 3

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

In the final part of his series, Alex Hodgson discusses testing conditions and results across three labs for jet fuel using ASTM D8071 using GC-VUV.

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