Monitoring Organic Vapors in air – A Comparison of Thermal Desorption and Carbon Disulfide (CS2) Extraction
19 Sep 2014

This application note describes the benefits of thermal desorption (TD) analysis of sorbent tubes compared to solvent extraction for the detection of volatile organic compounds in air.

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