The Identification of Hydrocarbons in Highly Complex Petrochemical Samples by GC×GC–TOF MS
12 Aug 2014

This Application Note shows that GC×GC–TOF MS provides a high-performance solution for analyzing highly complex petrochemical products. In particular, the high degree of separation of GC×GC combined with the sensitivity of BenchTOF instruments maximizes the number of compounds detected, while the production of ‘reference-quality’ spectra aids automated comparison against commercial spectral databases.

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