Troubleshooting Analytical Thermal Desorption Applications
13 Jul 2014

Thermal desorption–gas chromatography (TD–GC) is now a well-validated and widely used technology. However, in common with most analytical techniques, troubleshooting is still important, especially during method development. This document describes some of the most commonly encountered concerns and how best to address them. Advice given relates specifically to Markes’ UNITY™-based systems and the TD-100™.

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