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US EPA uses TD–GC–MS for vital research into PFAS management
PFAS – per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances – have been making headlines in recent years. Documentaries and films such as the 2019 legal thriller Dark Waters, which is based on real events, have also raised their profile. As a result, many of us have heard of PFAS but what exactly are they and why are they of concern?
New car smell: What’s in the air?
The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (Pittcon) 2020
Allows simple and rapid ‘grab-sampling’ of precise volumes of air/gas directly onto sorbent tubes, with no requirement for batteries or electrical power.
A lightweight and simple-to-use device designed for non-invasive biological exposure monitoring of VOCs.
A robust fast-flow pump kit for sampling VOCs onto multi-bed sorbent tubes for analysis by thermal desorption.
A robust low-flow pump for sampling vapour-phase VOCs onto sorbent tubes for subsequent analysis by thermal desorption.
The use of TD for analysing stationary source emissions in accordance with CEN/TS 13649
Air Quality & Emissions (AQE) conference, November 2018
Fast-flow pump kit for sampling VOCs and SVOCs onto sorbent tubes
Low-flow pump kit for sampling VOCs onto sorbent tubes
A grab sampler for sampling air/gas onto sorbent tubes
Thermal Desorption Applications Guide: Fragrance and odour profiling
Thermal Desorption Applications Guide: Food and drink
Thermal Desorption Applications Guide: Environmental monitoring
Thermal Desorption Applications Guide: Defence and forensic
Thermal Desorption Applications Guide: Consumer environmental health
Thermal Desorption Applications Guide: Biological profiling
Thermal Desorption Applications Guide: Automotive studies
Testing chemical emissions from construction materials and other everyday products
How to meet the ‘green chemistry’ challenge and make the most of this market opportunity.