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VUV Spectra Have Class! Styrene and Other Aromatic-Olefin Compounds

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran analyses how Paraffins, isoparaffins, olefins, naphthenes, and aromatics (PIONA) have similar spectra within their respective classes, and how to classify combinations of these classes…

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How Makeup Gas Pressure Affects Peak Areas and Retention Times in GC-VUV Analysis

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James Diekmann discuses how makeup gas pressure can be used to adjust the sensitivity of GC-VUV by altering the peak area and size.

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“You Make Some Good Points about Small Molecule VUV Spectra, Jack.” Aldehydes

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran's third part in the series regarding VUV spectra in small molecules -- specifically in aldehydes and gasoline.

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Last Call for Alcohol! Using VUV Spectroscopy to Overcome GC Coelutions for Small Molecules

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran's blog on using VUV spectroscopy to overcome GC Coelutions for small molecules, specifically the spectra for primary alcohols, in a way that GC-MS and…

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Riding through Smallville with Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran explains and illustrates the advantage that VUV offers small molecule analysis by comparing absorbance spectra for a homologous series of compounds.

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A Beautiful Example: Comparing VUV Spectroscopy to Synchrotron Radiation & UV-Vis Spectroscopy

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

James demonstrates how GC-VUV absorbance spectra compares to synchrotron and UV-Vis absorbance spectra.

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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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