Thursday, March 29, 2012

Analysis of Amines by GC -PID (9.5 eV),#GC,#GC_PID,#Amines

Amines have low ionization potentials (less than 10 eV) and can be ionized with a 9.5 eV lamp. The use of the 9.5 eV lamp improves the specificity of the photoionization detector (PID). Low ppm levels of these compounds are shown below. The detection limits should be in the ppb range depending on the packed columns since the PID has more than adequate sensitivity.

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