Using the UNITY Method Development Mode to Analyze Dried Foodstuffs by Direct Desorption
22 Jul 2014

This application note demonstrates how the automatic method development mode of the UNITY™ thermal desorber allows samples to be sequentially desorbed at progressively higher temperatures. This allows identification of the desorption conditions that produce a representative VOC profile without causing degradation of the sample.

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