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GC-VUV as an Alternate Method to Karl Fischer Titration for Determination of Water in Ketones

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack discusses how the GC-VUV alternative method to Karl Fischer titration provides more accurate water determination in ketone solvents.

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Analysis of Bacterial FAMEs Using Gas Chromatography

Talanta

Publication describes how GC-VUV was used to identify and discriminate different environmental bacteria based on their fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) profiles.

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Better Living Through (Flavor) Chemistry Part 2 – Read Between (or Beneath) the Lines

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

Alex Hodgson explains how unique terpene VUV spectra can be used to spectrally deconvolve coeluting peaks in this fast GC method.

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Terpene Isomer Analysis: A review of methods for the chemical characterization of cannabis natural products

Journal of Separation Science

This review demonstrates how GC-VUV is an effective tool for terpene isomer analysis in cannabis natural products and differentiating terpene isomers. VUV spectra enable a fast…

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Discriminating Isomers and Isotopologues using Gas Chromatography – Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

Dr. Kevin A. Schug, et al., University of Texas, Arlington

Dr. Schug's presentation at ISCC and GCxGC 2017 discusses how Sum Squared Residual values relate to the differentiation of isomers by GC-VUV. Isomer systems investigated include…

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Multiclass Pesticide Analysis by GC

Journal of Chromatography A

Multiclass pesticide analysis by GC is a new development. VUV absorption spectra of 37 pesticides across different compound classes were recorded.

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PCB Analysis by Gas Chromatography

Journal of Chromatography A

This study presents a new method using gas chromatography with vacuum ultraviolet detection (GC-VUV) for the analysis of polychlorinated biphenyls congeners in Aroclor mixtures.

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The LCGC Blog: Time Interval Deconvolution as an Alternate Strategy to Peak Integration Using Gas Chromatography–Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

[LCGC Blog]: Dr. Kevin A. Schug, University of Texas, Arlington

In this LCGC blog, Dr. Kevin Schug describes rapid Time Interval Deconvolution (TID) data analysis and how it is applied to PCBs and gasoline samples.

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VGA-101: Next Generation Universal Detector for Gas Chromatography

VUV Analytics

The VGA-101 is a next generation universal detector for GC with extended wavelength and higher allowable operating temperatures. It is intended to simplify complex applications with…

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