Workplace Air Monitoring Using Pumped Sampling onto Sorbent Tubes and Analysis by TD–GC–MS
25 Jul 2014

This application note demonstrates the sensitivity of thermal desorption (TD) and GC–MS analysis for the detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in workplace air, using pumped sampling onto sorbent tubes.

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