NETZSCH , in collaboration with JAS (Joint Analytical Systems), has forged a breakthrough improvement in evolved gas analysis (EGA). Gases from the TGA are fed directly into the sample loop of the GC...read more
NETZSCH, in collaboration with JAS (Joint Analytical Systems), has forged a breakthrough improvement in evolved gas analysis (EGA). Gases from the TGA are fed directly into the sample loop of the GC valve box by means of a heated transfer line. Via the injector, the substances then arrive at the GC column, where they are separated and then analyzed by means of a mass selective detector. What sets the new coupling system apart is the fact that the start of the measurement is event-driven. This enables temperature-correlated detection of the substances released, which in turn allows for direct correlation with mass loss steps.
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