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How Do I Believe You? – Verifying VUV Spectral Identification

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James provides quick tips to confirm how your samples match the spectral library using VUV spectral identification.

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Thinking Outside of the Box, Part 1: Coeluting Compounds on Purpose?

Ryan Schonert, VUV Analytics

Ryan Schonert, new to the VUV Analytics Applications team, composed his first blog on how GC-VUV is substantially different than Gas Chromatography and an alternative to…

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Diving Deeper into the Water in Gasoline with GC-VUV

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran does a deeper dive into the analysis of water in gasoline using GC-VUV, by reducing the GC inlet split ratio.

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The Versatility of Gas Chromatography-Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy with a Wide-Bore Thick-Film 100% Dimethylpolysiloxane GC Column

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

The conclusion to Jack Cochran's last few blog posts, demonstrating the versatility of GC-VUV Detectors across a range of applications with just one GC Column.

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Saturation – What Does It Mean for a VUV Detector?

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James explains the two scenarios for saturation of the VUV detector-- pixel saturation and flow cell saturation; both of which can be controlled by the light…

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I’m Repeating Myself: ASTM D8071 for Gasoline Analysis Using GC-VUV is Amazingly Consistent

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack explains how GC-VUV is amazingly consistent for the ASTM D8071 Analysis of gasoline, especially with the help of VUV Analyze.

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Jack Tries to be as Brief as his GC Runtimes: Faster Mixed Solvents Analysis Using Gas Chromatography-Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack explains how GC-VUV can be utilized to make shorter GC runtimes by increasing the oven ramp temperature, while still obtaining accurate results.

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Let’s Get Small: Mixed Solvents Analysis Using Gas Chromatography-Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack explains how GC-VUV is an ideal alternate approach, to GC-FID and GC-MS, because VUV absorbance spectra are unique, especially for small molecules like solvents, and…

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Don’t Let Your Sweetener Go Sour: GC-VUV for the Determination of BTEX and Other Hydrocarbons in Diglycolamine Used for Removing Acid Gases in Natural Gas

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack explains how GC-VUV can be used to characterize BTEX hydrocarbon contaminants present in diglycolamine (DGA) and water mixtures used in natural gas sweetening.

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