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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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Flying at the Speed of (Ultraviolet) Light Part 2

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

The second part in his three part series, Alex Hodgson discusses how to expand the spectral library to make it possible to use GC-VUV for Jet…

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Flying at the Speed of (Ultraviolet) Light Part 1

Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics

The first in a three part series, Alex Hodgson explains why ASTM D1319 is no longer effective in analyzing jet fuel.

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2018 Gulf Coast Conference Recap – Verified Hydrocarbon Analysis and Methanol in Crude Oil by GC-VUV

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James Diekmann gives a summary on his two GCC presentations on VHA andthe determination of methanol in crude oil using GC-VUV.

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GCC 2018 Recap: Fast Analysis of Non-Traditional Gasoline Additives with GC-VUV Spectroscopy

Ryan Schonert

Ryan Schonert gives a summary of his GCC presentation on non-traditional gasoline additives in finished gasoline and how ASTM D8071 is more beneficial than ASTM D6730.

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LCGC Webinar – A Quick Recap on “The Unique Selectivity of Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy as a GC Detector”

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James Diekmann gives a summary on his LCGC Webinar on unique selectivity of vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy.

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Are you Dyeing from Using ASTM D1319 for Determining Olefins and Aromatics in Gasoline-Range Samples?

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack discusses the limitations of ASTM D1319 in comparison to ASTM D8071, which does not need FIA silica dye in order to determine select hydrocarbons in…

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Thinking Outside of the Box, Part 3: Sit Back, Relax, and Speed Up Your Gasoline Data Analysis

Ryan Schonert, VUV Analytics

Ryan identifies how the GC-VUV PIONA+ method of identifying classes of compounds can help save your business time and money.

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