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Passive sampling in the workplace: Why thermal desorption is replacing solvent extraction

Discussing why solvent extraction of sorbents remains so widely used for passive monitoring of workplace atmospheres, and showing that TD is not only better from a health & safety perspective, it’s better for lab budgets too.

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Automated, high-sensitivity analysis of residual fumigants for food safety testing by multi-step enrichment–headspace–trap (MSE–HS–trap) with GC–MS

Application Note 284

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Why are Markes’ thermal desorption sorbent tubes better than those from other suppliers?

11 April 2023

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How long do sorbent tubes for thermal desorption last?

21 March 2023

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Centri 180 (Base unit, ready for PAL3 integration)

Centri 180 sample preparation platform for thermal desorption, headspace–trap, SPME–trap and SPME Arrow–trap

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Centri 180 (Base unit with robotics)

Centri 180 sample preparation platform for thermal desorption, headspace–trap, SPME–trap and SPME Arrow–trap

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Centri 90 (Base unit with robotics)

Centri 90 sample preparation platform for headspace–trap, SPME–trap and SPME Arrow–trap

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Centri 90 (Base unit ready for PAL3 integration)

Centri 90 sample preparation platform for headspace–trap, SPME–trap and SPME Arrow–trap

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HSE Report – Diffusive sampler uptake rates

Uptake Rate Tests. Tests for a range of compounds onto four sorbent types over periods of 1 and 2 weeks. Download the full report

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Advances in ultra-trace air toxics analysis: Cryogen-free canister pre-concentration and GC–MS for US EPA Method TO-15A

Application Note 169

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How to optimise your PFAS air sampling method using thermal desorption

Webinar discussing the advantages that TD offers, how to optimise a system for targeted and untargeted PFAS analysis, and how to overcome challenges posed by low-level PFAS monitoring.

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Automated thermal desorber doubles productivity, and increases data precision and accuracy in air studies

University of Leicester, UK

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Indoor Air Quality – The science and regulations behind the headlines

Addressing the wide range of regulatory and market pressures placed on manufacturers to limit the chemical emissions from products and materials. This webinar highlights using TD–GC–MS to characterise the chemicals that affect indoor air quality. It highlights the importance of robust sample preparation, sampling and analytical procedures.

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Panel discussion – Should I move from helium to hydrogen carrier gas?

22 November 2022

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How diffusion-locking technology cracked the problem of high-capacity thermal desorption automation

11 November 2022

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Target and non-target approaches for quality and safety testing of foods and beverages

Learn how to overcome common problems associated with sampling volatiles from foods and beverages and explain how the sensitivity can be improved using trap-enabled, extraction and enrichment methods.

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Assessing low-temperature thermal treatment techniques for PFAS using TD–GC–MS analysis

This on-demand webinar delves into the analysis PFAS – the “forever chemicals” that are known pose an ever-increasing risk in the environment – using automated TD–GC–MS

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Measuring PFAS pollution in ambient air using TD–GC–MS/MS

Application Note 166

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