Optimizing Analytical Performance and Extending the Application Range of Thermal Desorption for Monitoring Air Indoors and Inside Vehicle Cabins
23 July 2014

This application note describes considerations relating to analyte retention efficiency, desorption efficiency, artifacts, band broadening and analyte /system stability during the development and validation of thermal desorption procedures. Examples of optimum method performance in terms of precision, linearity and sensitivity are presented.

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