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The Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy Toolkit for Gas Chromatography Detection

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

Chiranal 2018 presentation highlights key capabilities of GC-VUV universal detection such as easy isomer analysis, resolution of co-eluting peaks, and automated analysis of compound classes. The…

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[LCGC Blog]: Potential for Use of Stable Isotope–Labeled Internal Standards in Gas Chromatography–Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy Methods

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

LCGC blog describes a new quantitative approach using stable isotope–labeled internal standards (SIL-IS) with GC–VUV. Co-eluting isomers, including isotopically labeled compounds, can be correctly identified.

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VUVision Chromatography Software: Workflow Overview

VUV Analytics

A brief overview of the VUVision Chromatography software workflow. Experience an intuitive software interface with more accurate qualitative and quantitative analysis by GC-VUV.

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An Overview of Gas Chromatography – Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy for Petrochemical Analysis

Kevin A. Schug, University of Texas, Arlington

PEFTEC 2017 presentation overviews GC-VUV capabilities for petrochemical analysis including isomer differentiation, deconvolution of co-eluting analytes, and compound class analysis. Weathered diesel fuel analysis by GC…

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Introducing Gas Chromatography – Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy (GC-VUV)

VUV Analytics

GC-VUV simplifies gas chromatography. Unique VUV spectra enable accurate isomer analysis, shorter GC run times, and deconvolution of co-eluting peaks. VUV data simplicity and automated compound…

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VUV Transfer Line GC

Jonathan Smuts

In his latest blog, Jonathan Smuts details the proper procedure for VUV transfer line connection and how it differs from Agilent’s recommended method.

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One Response Factor to Rule Them All…

Jonathan Smuts, VUV Analytics

When a Relative Response Factor (RRF) is known for a compound within a given Spectral Filter (SF) range, it can be used to calculate RRFs for…

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Handling Analyte Concentration Differentials with Makeup Gas Pressure Programming For GC-VUV

James Diekmann, VUV Analytics

Makeup gas pressure programming can be used to balance wide analyte concentration differences encountered in gas chromatography, allowing for proper compound identification and quantitative analysis by…

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Dilution is Not Always the Solution: The Impact of Makeup Gas Pressure for a VUV Detector for GC

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran describes how dilution with makeup gas impacts analyte residence time in the VUV detector flow cell. Higher makeup gas pressure = higher makeup gas…

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