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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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Molecular spectroscopy – Information rich detection for gas chromatography

TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry

Review of molecular spectroscopy detection for GC including GC-VUV. Authors describe GC-VUV as a universal detector that can distinguish isomers, deconvolve co-eluting peaks, provide compound class…

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Diesel Underground Storage Tank: A Comparison of GC-VUV, GC-FID, and comprehensive two-dimensional GC–MS for the characterization of weathered and unweathered diesel fuel samples

Fuel

In this publication GC-VUV is used to identify different classes of compounds and biomarkers in complex diesel fuel samples. Comparability of GC-VUV with GC-FID and GC×GC–MS…

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The Ynestein of Gas Chromatography Detectors:  Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran demonstrates how GC-VUV can play a role in accurate quantification for aromatic-alkynes, even when they coelute with other compounds, based on their characteristic spectra.

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LCGC Webinar: Improving GC Quality and Quantitative Analysis Accuracy and Throughput Using GC-VUV

LCGC

This webinar describes the unique capabilities of GC-VUV including faster GC run times, accurate isomer identification, resolution of co-eluting peaks, & fast data analysis compared to…

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Quantitative VUV Spectral Deconvolution of Coeluting Methylstyrene Isomers

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran demonstrates how methylstyrenes can be analyzed with GC-VUV, using quantitative VUV spectral deconvolution.

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VUV Analytics’ vision is to enable new science and better processes by harnessing the unique capabilities of VUV technology.

The Ynestein of Gas Chromatography Detectors:  Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran demonstrates how GC-VUV can play a role in accurate quantification for aromatic-alkynes, even when they coelute with other compounds, based on their characteristic spectra.

Read More >
Quantitative VUV Spectral Deconvolution of Coeluting Methylstyrene Isomers

Jack Cochran, VUV Analytics

Jack Cochran demonstrates how methylstyrenes can be analyzed with GC-VUV, using quantitative VUV spectral deconvolution.

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Thinking Outside of the Box, Part 2: Drugs of Abuse Isomeric Distinction Made Easy with GC-VUV

Ryan Schonert, VUV Analytics

Ryan compares the advantages and challenges of working with GC-FID, GC-MS and GC-VUV when distinguishing isomers in drugs of abuse.

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VUV detectors are compatible with GCs from most major manufacturers including Agilent, Thermo Fisher, Perkin Elmer, Shimadzu, and Scion

 

Universal detector with unmatched selectivity

  • Unique spectral signatures for most compounds

Accurate qualitative and quantitative analysis

  • Straightforward compound identification and isomer analysis

Shorter GC run times

  • Shorten GC runs by 2-5X or more

Deconvolve co-eluting peaks

  • No burden of baseline resolved peaks

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