Application Note: On-Site Analysis of Gasoline Range Organics (GRO) in Soil and Groundwater Using Field Portable Purge and Trap GC/FID/PID
5 June 2013

Leaking underground storage tanks and accidents that happened during the transportation or delivery of gasoline are significant contributors to contamination in soils and groundwater. Gasoline is highly mobile and requires continuous testing throughout the clean-up project. This often leads to bottlenecks, however these can be eliminated by high performance, on-site testing. This application note, demonstrates the Buck Scientific Series 300 and 910 Gas Chromatographs which utilize flame ionization detectors (FID) and photo ionization detectors (PID) can be used for gasoline range organics (GRO) analyses.

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