Analyze Semivolatiles with Agilent J&W Ultimate Plus Tubing in an Inert Flow Path
16 Feb 2015

A fast and reliable analysis of semivolatile contaminants in environmental samples at trace levels remains a great challenge due to the broad variety of compounds and matrix complexity. Agilent J&W Ultimate Plus deactivated fused silica tubing has great potential in contributing to an inert flow path. This application note provides a detailed evaluation of Ultimate Plus tubing versus tubing promoted as having superior performance from another supplier, as GC restrictors for MS in the analysis of a semivolatile checkout mixture.

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