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Over 90 articles on Thermal Desorption, MS Direct Probe, and SIMION, including papers we presented at Pittcon, ASMS, and EAS.

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SISWEB Application Notes

Technical Bulletins

Thermal Desorption & Cryo-Trap Notes

Thermal Desorption - Direct Thermal Extraction

Thermal Desorption - Environmental

Thermal Desorption - Headspace

Thermal Desorption - Purge and Trap

Thermal Desorption - Pharmaceuticals

Thermal Desorption - Forensics

Thermal Desorption - Food Science

Thermal Desorption - Adsorbent Resins

GC Cryo-Trap Application Notes

MS Direct Probe Application Notes

General Mass Spec and GC Application Notes

SIMION (Ion Optics Software) Application Notes

Chemical Reaction Interface Mass Spectrometry (CRIMS)

Other Abstracts

Reference Literature
Adsorbent Resins - General Listing and Descriptions of 7 resins Adsorbent Resins - General Listing and Descriptions of 7 resins - Adsorbent Resins are utilized by Purge and Trap (P& T) and other thermal desorption applications. - </index/referenc/resin2.htm> /
Alcohol Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Alcohol Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - The above chart demonstrates the useful range of the adsorbent resins for a range of alcohols via purge and trap thermal desorption techniques. The numbers at the top of the chart indicate the number of carbons in straight chain alcohol (i.e. methanol = 1, decanol = 10). The numbers at the bottom of the chart indicate the boiling point range of the straight chain alcohol. The bars in the chart indicate the useful range of alcohols that can be analyzed with the resin. The different colored bars - </index/referenc/bv-alc.htm> /
Aldehyde and Ketone Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Aldehyde and Ketone Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - The above chart demonstrates the useful range of the adsorbent resins for a range of aldehydes via purge and trap thermal desorption techniques. The numbers at the top of the chart indicate the number of carbons in straight chain aldehyde (i.e. formaldehyde = 1, Decanal = 10). The numbers at the bottom of the chart indicate the boiling point range of the straight chain aldehyde. The bars in the chart indicate the useful range of aldehyde that can be analyzed with the resin. The different colore - </index/referenc/bv-aldeh.htm> /
Alkene Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Alkene Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - Alkenes with ... Tenax® TA Tenax® TA with Alkenes Tenax® is a registered trademark of Buchem BV. - </index/referenc/bv-alken.htm> /
Amine Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Amine Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - The above chart demonstrates the useful range of the adsorbent resins for a range of amines via purge and trap thermal desorption techniques. The numbers at the top of the chart indicate the number of carbons in straight chain amine (i.e. Ethylamine = 2, decylamine = 10). The numbers at the bottom of the chart indicate the boiling point range of the straight chain aldehydes. The bars in the chart indicate the useful range of amines that can be analyzed with the resin. The different colored bars - </index/referenc/bv-amine.htm> /
Arlomatic and Terpine Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Arlomatic and Terpine Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - Aromatics and Terpenes with ... Tenax® TA Tenax® GR Carboxen 569 Tenax® TA with Aromatics and Terpenes Tenax® GR with Aromatics and Terpenes Carboxen 569 with Aromatics and Terpenes Tenax® is a registered trademark of Buchem BV. - </index/referenc/bv-arom.htm> /
Article - Calculation and Use of Breakthrough Volume Data Article - Calculation and Use of Breakthrough Volume Data - Adsorbent resins are widely used for applications including air sampling as well as the Purge and Trap (P& T) sampling of liquid and solid matrix samples and are part of the accepted EPA methods for water and air testing. - </index/referenc/resin10.htm> /
Article - How to Selact an Adsorbent Resin for an Application Article - How to Selact an Adsorbent Resin for an Application - These variables originate from three sources and each area and parameter must be evaluated before a resin is selected. - </index/referenc/resin8.htm> /
Article - Use of Mixed Resin Beds Article - Use of Mixed Resin Beds - The selection of an adsorbent resin for an application is based on a large number of variables. - </index/referenc/resin9.htm> /
Article -Determination of Backpressure Data for Adsorbent Resins Article -Determination of Backpressure Data for Adsorbent Resins - A desorption tube filled with adsorbent resin can produce significant back pressures for the sampling pump when collecting a sample. - </index/referenc/resin7.htm> /
Breakthrough Volume of Acids and Acetates Breakthrough Volume of Acids and Acetates - Acetates and Acids with ... Tenax® TA Tenax® TA with Acetates and Acids Tenax® is a registered trademark of Buchem BV. - </index/referenc/bv-acids.htm> /
Carbonated Bev.   Poster Carbonated Bev. Poster - Flavor Profiles of Imported and Domestic Beers by Purge & Trap Thermal Desorption GC/MS Ronald E. Shomo, II, Robert Frey, John J. Manura, and Christopher Baker Scientific Instrument Services, 1027 Old York Road, Ringoes, NJ 08551 Introduction Domestic beer sales were $99 Billion in 2012. 1 This equates to 200,028,520 barrels of product brewed and sold last year. The overall growth from 2011 was 1%, but the fastest growing segment of the beer industry is in regional craft (10,237,632 bbl), brew - </art/pdf/asms_beer_poster.pdf> /
Carbosieve SIII Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties Carbosieve SIII Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties - See also Carbosieve SIII Breakthrough Volume Data Carbosieve SIII is a large surface area carbon molecular sieve which is ideal for trapping the smallest organics. While it has a higher affinity for water than most other resins, its small pore size provides the best trapping ability for the volatile organics. Properties Chemical Structure or Name: carbon molecular sieve Temperature Limit: 400 degrees C Surface Area: 820 square meters per gram Average Pore Size; 15-40 angstrom Affinity for Water - </index/referenc/cbs111.htm> /
Carbosieve SIII Backpressure versus Flow Data Carbosieve SIII Backpressure versus Flow Data - Carbosieve SIII is a carbon based adsorbent resin available from Supelco. Determination of Back Pressure Versus Flow for Adsorbent Resins A desorption tube filled with adsorbent resin can produce significant back pressures for the sampling pump when collecting a sample. If the back pressure is too high the air sampling pump will fail. For efficient operation the Back Pressure should not exceed 25. inches of water. In order to determine the Back Pressure at the end of the thermal desorption tube - </index/referenc/cs111prs.htm> /
Carbosieve SIII Breakthrough Volume Data Carbosieve SIII Breakthrough Volume Data - Carbosieve SIII with... Hydrocarbons Carbosieve SIII with Alcohols Carbosieve SIII is a carbon based adsorbent resin. It is available from Supelco. Carbosieve SIII Breakthrough Volume Data Carbosieve SIII with Hydrocarbons Carbosieve SIII with Alcohols - </index/referenc/carbs111.htm> /
Carbotrap Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties Carbotrap Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties - See also Carbotrap Breakthrough Volume Data Carbotrap and Carbotrap C are graphitized carbon blacks that are ideal adsorbent resins for the trapping of a wide range of organic analytes from C4/C5 through the medium boilers. They have a coarse mesh size (20/40) which prevent high backpressures in the desorption tubes Properties Chemical Structure or Name: graphitized carbon black Temperature Limit: 400 degrees C Affinity for Water: relatively low Specific Surface Area: 100 square meter per gram - </index/referenc/carbotrm.htm> /
Carbotrap Breakthrough Volume Data Carbotrap Breakthrough Volume Data - Carbotrap with ... Hydrocarbons Alcohols & Glycols Halogens Carbotrap is a Carbon based Adsorbent Resin. It is available from Supelco. Inc. Carbotrap Breakthrough Volume Data Carbotrap with Hydrocarbons Carbotrap with Alcohols & Glycols Carbotrap with Halogens - </index/referenc/carbotrp.htm> /
Carbotrap C Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties Carbotrap C Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties - See also Carbotrap C Breakthrough Volume Data Carbotrap and Carbotrap C are graphitized carbon blacks that are ideal adsorbent resins for the trapping of a wide range of organic analytes from C4/C5 through the medium boilers. They have a coarse mesh size (20/40) which prevent high backpressures in the desorption tubes Properties Chemical Structure or Name: graphitized carbon black Temperature Limit: 400 degrees C Affinity for Water: relatively low Specific Surface Area: 100 square meter per gra - </index/referenc/carbocam.htm> /
Carbotrap C Breakthrough Volume Data Carbotrap C Breakthrough Volume Data - Carbotrap C with ... Hydrocarbons Alcohols & Glycols Halogens Carbotrap C is a Carbon based Adsorbent Resin. It is available from Supelco. Inc. Carbotrap C Breakthrough Volume Data Carbotrap C with Hydrocarbons Carbotrap C with Alcohols & Glycols Carbotrap C with Halogens - </index/referenc/carbotrc.htm> /
Carbotrap and Carbotrap C Back Pressure Versus Flow Data Carbotrap and Carbotrap C Back Pressure Versus Flow Data - Both Carbotrap and Carbotrap C are carbon based resins available from Supelco. Determination of Back Pressure Versus Flow for Adsorbent Resins A desorption tube filled with adsorbent resin can produce significant back pressures for the sampling pump when collecting a sample. If the back pressure is too high the air sampling pump will fail. For efficient operation the Back Pressure should not exceed 25. inches of water. In order to determine the Back Pressure at the end of the thermal desorption - </index/referenc/carboprs.htm> /
Carboxen 569 Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties Carboxen 569 Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties - See also Carboxen 569 Breakthrough Volume Data Carboxen 569 is a carbon molecular sieve adsorbent resin designed for small chlorinated and other molecules. It has a large mesh size which minimizes the backpressure in the desorption tubes and also has a low affinity for water. Properties Chemical Structure or Name: carbon molecular sieve Temperature Limit: 400 degrees C Affinity for Water: relatively low Mesh size: 20/45 mesh Available from Supelco, Inc. Supelco Park, Bellefonte, PA 16823 Phone: - </index/referenc/car569am.htm> /
Carboxen 569 Breakthrough Volumes Carboxen 569 Breakthrough Volumes - Carboxen 569 with ... Hydrocarbons Alcohols Aldehydes and Ketones Halogens Amines Aromatics and Terpenes Carboxen 569 is a carbon based adsorbent Resin. It is available from Supelco, Inc. Carboxen 569 Breakthrough Volume Data Carboxen 569 with Hydrocarbons Carboxen 569 with Alcohols Carboxen 569 with Aldehydes and Ketones Carboxen 569 with Halogens Carboxen 569 with Amines Carboxen 569 with Aromatics and Terpenes - </index/referenc/carbo569.htm> /
Definition of Breakthrough Volumes Definition of Breakthrough Volumes - The term Breakthrough Volume is defined as the volume of Carrier Gas that will purge an analyte through one (1.0) gram of adsorbent resin in a desorption tube at a specific temperature. - </index/referenc/resin3.htm> /
Determination and Use of Breakthrough Volume Data Determination and Use of Breakthrough Volume Data - A number of technical papers are presented here which describe how the breakthrough volume data and backpressure data on adsorbent resins was determined and how it can be used by the analyst to aid in the selection of the appropriate resin for a particular application. Definition of Breakthrough Volume Calculation and Use of Breakthrough Volume Data How Breakthrough Volume Data is determined Example of Use of Breakthrough Volume Data to Remove Ethanol from a Wine Sample How Backpressure Data is - </index/referenc/breakthrough.htm> /
Determination of Breakthrough Volumes - Methods Determination of Breakthrough Volumes - Methods - The term Breakthrough Volume has also been referred to as retention volume and also the specific retention volume. - </index/referenc/resin5.htm> /
Example of the Use of Breakthrough Volume Data - alcohols Example of the Use of Breakthrough Volume Data - alcohols - Removal of Ethanol from a Wine Sample. - </index/referenc/resin4.htm> /
General References on the use of Adsorbent Resins General References on the use of Adsorbent Resins - A number of references are available from the adsorbent resin manufacturers and suppliers as well as in the scientific literature. Below is a list we compiled for our own information. The list is by no means complete and if you would like to add to its content, we would be happy to hear from you. Purge and Trap Application Notes From Scientific Insturment Services. 2. Detection of Arson Accelerates Using Dynamic Headspace with Tenax® Cartridges Thermal Desorption and Cyrofocusing (781302) 3. I - </index/referenc/resin1.htm> /
Glass Beads Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties Glass Beads Adsorbent Resin Physical Properties - See also Glass Beads Breakthrough Volume Data Glass Beads provide minimal rapping ability for most analytes. They are mainly useful for the trapping of very large hydrocarbons that condense on the glass beads surface during the collection process and are readily released in the desorption process. Properties Chemical Structure or Name: glass beads Temperature Limit: 350 degrees C Average Pore Size; 250 um Affinity for Water: low Available from Supelco, Inc. Supelco Park, Bellefonte, PA 16823 Ph - </index/referenc/glsbdam.htm> /
Glass Beads Breakthrough Volume Data Glass Beads Breakthrough Volume Data - Glass Beans with... Hydrocarbons Alcohols Glass beads are available from several suppliers. Glass Beads Breakthrough Volume Data Glass Beads with Hydrocarbons Glass Beads with Alcohols - </index/referenc/glassbed.htm> /
Halogen Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Halogen Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - Halogens with ... Tenax® TA Tenax® GR Carboxen 569 Carbotrap Carbotrap C Tenax® TA with Halogens Tenax® GR with Halogens Carboxen 569 with Halogens Carbotrap with Halogens Carbotrap C with Halogens Tenax® is a registered trademark of Buchem BV. - </index/referenc/bv-halog.htm> /
Hydrocarbon Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Hydrocarbon Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - The above chart demonstrates the useful range of the adsorbent resins for a range of hydrocarbons via purge and trap thermal desorption techniques. The numbers at the top of the chart indicate the number of carbons in straight chain hydrocarbon (i.e. methane = 1, decane = 10). The numbers at the bottom of the chart indicate the boiling point range of the straight chain hydrocarbon. The bars in the chart indicate the useful range of hydrocarbons that can be analyzed with the resin. The different - </index/referenc/bv-hyd.htm> /
Improving Sensitivity in the HP 5971 MSD and Other MS - Part 2 of 2 Improving Sensitivity in the HP 5971 MSD and Other MS - Part 2 of 2 - SISWEB Tech Note "D" John J. Manura Scientific Instrument Services, Inc. 1027 Old York Road, Ringoes, NJ 08551 (Part I | Part II - Increasing Mass Spec Sensitivity) Introduction This article is the second of a two part series which describes the improvements and changes that we have incorporated into our HP 5971 MSD's in order to improve their sensitivity. In the last newsletter in Part I of this article we described improvements in the mass spectrometer or MSD component of the HP 5971 - </referenc/articles/sensit-2.htm> /
Improving Sensitivity in the HP 5971 MSD and other MS - Part 1 of 2 Improving Sensitivity in the HP 5971 MSD and other MS - Part 1 of 2 - The H.P. MSD instruments (Models 5970, 5971 and 5972) have proven to be very efficient, low cost, highly sensitive and versatile mass spectrometers. - </referenc/articles/sensit-1.htm> /
Note 100: Volatile and Semi-Volatile Profile Comparison of Whole Versus Cracked Versus Dry Homogenized Barley Grains by Direct Thermal Extraction Note 100: Volatile and Semi-Volatile Profile Comparison of Whole Versus Cracked Versus Dry Homogenized Barley Grains by Direct Thermal Extraction - Volatile and Semi-Volatile Profile Comparison of Whole vs. Dry Homogenized Wheat, Rye and Barley Grains by Direct Thermal Extraction GC/MS - </referenc/applnote/app-100.htm> /
Note 10: Quantification of Naphthalene In a Contaminated Pharmaceutical Product By Short Path Thermal Desorption Note 10: Quantification of Naphthalene In a Contaminated Pharmaceutical Product By Short Path Thermal Desorption - Quantification of Naphthalene in contaminated Pharmaceuticals - </referenc/applnote/app-10.htm> /
Note 11: Flavor/Fragrance Profiles of Instant and Ground Coffees By Short Path Thermal Desorption Note 11: Flavor/Fragrance Profiles of Instant and Ground Coffees By Short Path Thermal Desorption - Flavor/Fragrance Profiles of Instant and Ground Coffees by Short Path Thermal Desorption - </referenc/applnote/app-11.htm> /
Note 12: Identification of the Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organics In Chewing Gums By Direct Thermal Desorption Note 12: Identification of the Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organics In Chewing Gums By Direct Thermal Desorption - Identification of the Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organics in Chewing Gums by Direct Thermal Desorption - </referenc/applnote/app-12.htm> /
Note 13: Identification and Quantification of Semi-Volatiles In Soil Using Direct Thermal Desorption Note 13: Identification and Quantification of Semi-Volatiles In Soil Using Direct Thermal Desorption - Identification and Quantification of Semi-Volatiles in Soil Using Direct Thermal Desorption - </referenc/applnote/app-13.htm> /
Note 14: Identification of Volatiles and Semi-Volatiles In Carbonated Colas Note 14: Identification of Volatiles and Semi-Volatiles In Carbonated Colas - Identification of Volatiles and Semi-Volatiles In Carbonated Colas - </referenc/applnote/app-14.htm> /
Note 16: Analysis of Indoor Air and Sources of Indoor Air Contamination by Thermal Desorption Note 16: Analysis of Indoor Air and Sources of Indoor Air Contamination by Thermal Desorption - Analysis of Indoor Air and Sources of Indoor Air Contamination by Thermal Desorption - </referenc/applnote/app-16.htm> /
Note 17:Identification of Volatile Organics in Wines Over Time Note 17:Identification of Volatile Organics in Wines Over Time - Identification of Volatile Organics In Wines Over Time - </referenc/applnote/app-17.htm> /
Note 18: Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds In Mushrooms Note 18: Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds In Mushrooms - Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds In Mushrooms - </referenc/applnote/app-18.htm> /
Note 19: A New Programmable Cryo-Cooling/Heating Trap for the Cryo-Focusing of Volatiles and Semi-Volatiles at the Head of GC Capillary Columns Note 19: A New Programmable Cryo-Cooling/Heating Trap for the Cryo-Focusing of Volatiles and Semi-Volatiles at the Head of GC Capillary Columns - Ap Note 19 - Design and Application of the SIS GC Cryo-Trap - </referenc/applnote/app-19.htm> /
Note 1: Determination of Off-Odors and Other Volatile Organics In Food Packaging Films By Direct Thermal Analysis-GC-MS Note 1: Determination of Off-Odors and Other Volatile Organics In Food Packaging Films By Direct Thermal Analysis-GC-MS - Determination of Off Odors in Food Packaging Films - </referenc/applnote/app-1.htm> /
Note 20: Using Direct Thermal Desorption to Assess the Potential Pool of Styrene and 4-Phenylcyclohexene In Latex-Backed Carpets Note 20: Using Direct Thermal Desorption to Assess the Potential Pool of Styrene and 4-Phenylcyclohexene In Latex-Backed Carpets - Using Direct Thermal Desorption to Assess the Potential Pool of Styrene and 4-Phenylcyclohexene In Latex-Backed Carpets - </referenc/applnote/app-20.htm> /
Note 21: Detection and Identification Of Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organics In Synthetic Polymers Used In Food and Pharmaceutical Packaging Note 21: Detection and Identification Of Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organics In Synthetic Polymers Used In Food and Pharmaceutical Packaging - Detection and Identification Of Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organics In Synthetic Polymers Used In Food and Pharmaceutical Packaging - </referenc/applnote/app-21.htm> /
Note 22: Comparison Of Volatile Compounds In Latex Paints Note 22: Comparison Of Volatile Compounds In Latex Paints - Comparison Of Volatile Compounds In Latex Paints - </referenc/applnote/app-22.htm> /
Note 23: Frangrance Qualities in Colognes Note 23: Frangrance Qualities in Colognes - Fragrance Qualities in Colognes - </referenc/applnote/app-23.htm> /
Note 24: Selection of GC Guard Columns For Use With the GC Cryo-Trap Note 24: Selection of GC Guard Columns For Use With the GC Cryo-Trap - Selection of GC Guard Columns For Use With the GC Cryo-Trap - </referenc/applnote/app-24.htm> /
Note 25: Flavor and Aroma in Natural Bee Honey Note 25: Flavor and Aroma in Natural Bee Honey - Flavor and Aroma in Natural Bee Honey - </referenc/applnote/app-25.htm> /
Note 26: Volatile Organics Present in Recycled Air Aboard a Commercial Airliner Note 26: Volatile Organics Present in Recycled Air Aboard a Commercial Airliner - Volatile Organics Present in Recycled Air Aboard a Commercial Airliner - </referenc/applnote/app-26.htm> /
Note 27: Analysis of Volatile Organics In Soils By Automated Headspace GC Note 27: Analysis of Volatile Organics In Soils By Automated Headspace GC - Analysis of Volatile Organics In Soils By Automated Headspace GC - </referenc/applnote/app-27.htm> /
Note 28: Analysis Of Volatile Organics In Latex Paints By Automated Headspace Sampling and GC Cryo-Focusing Note 28: Analysis Of Volatile Organics In Latex Paints By Automated Headspace Sampling and GC Cryo-Focusing - Analysis Of Volatile Organics In Latex Paints By Automated Headspace Sampling and GC Cryo-Focusing - </referenc/applnote/app-28.htm> /
Note 29: Analysis Of Volatile Organics In Oil Base Paints By Automated Headspace Sampling and GC Cryo-Focusing Note 29: Analysis Of Volatile Organics In Oil Base Paints By Automated Headspace Sampling and GC Cryo-Focusing - Analysis Of Volatile Organics In Oil Base Paints By Automated Headspace Sampling and GC Cryo-Focusing - </referenc/applnote/app-29.htm> /
Note 2: Detection of Arson Accelerants Using Dynamic Headspace with Tenax® Cartridges Thermal Desorption and Cryofocusing Note 2: Detection of Arson Accelerants Using Dynamic Headspace with Tenax® Cartridges Thermal Desorption and Cryofocusing - Detection of Arson Accelerants Using Dynamic Headspace with Tenax® Cartridges Thermal Desorption and Cryofocusing - </referenc/applnote/app-2.htm> /
Note 30: Comparison Of Cooking Oils By Direct Thermal Extraction and Purge and Trap GC/MS Note 30: Comparison Of Cooking Oils By Direct Thermal Extraction and Purge and Trap GC/MS - Comparison Of Cooking Oils By Direct Thermal Extraction and Purge and Trap GC/MS - </referenc/applnote/app-30.htm> /
Note 31: Volatile Organic Composition in Several Cultivars of Peaches Note 31: Volatile Organic Composition in Several Cultivars of Peaches - Volatile Organic Composition in Several Cultivars of Peaches - </referenc/applnote/app-31.htm> /
Note 32: Selection and Use of Adsorbent Resins for Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption Applications Note 32: Selection and Use of Adsorbent Resins for Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption Applications - Selection and Use of Adsorbent Resins for Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption Applications - </referenc/applnote/app-32.htm> /
Note 33: Changes in Volatile Organic Composition in Milk Over Time Note 33: Changes in Volatile Organic Composition in Milk Over Time - Changes in Volatile Organic Composition in Milk Over Time - </referenc/applnote/app-33.htm> /
Note 34: Selection Of Thermal Desorption and Cryo-Trap Parameters In the Analysis Of Teas Note 34: Selection Of Thermal Desorption and Cryo-Trap Parameters In the Analysis Of Teas - Selection Of Thermal Desorption and Cryo-Trap Parameters In the Analysis Of Teas - </referenc/applnote/app-34.htm> /
Note 35: Volatile Organics Composition of Cranberries Note 35: Volatile Organics Composition of Cranberries - Volatile Organic Composition Of Cranberries - </referenc/applnote/app-35.htm> /
Note 36: Identification Of Volatile Organic Compounds In a New Automobile Note 36: Identification Of Volatile Organic Compounds In a New Automobile - Identification Of Volatile Organic Compounds In a New Automobile - </referenc/applnote/app-36.htm> /
Note 37: Volatile Organic Emissions from Automobile Tires Note 37: Volatile Organic Emissions from Automobile Tires - Volatile Organic Emissions From Automobile Tires - </referenc/applnote/app-37.htm> /
Note 38: A New Micro Cryo-Trap For Trapping Of Volatiles At the Front Of a GC Capillary Column Note 38: A New Micro Cryo-Trap For Trapping Of Volatiles At the Front Of a GC Capillary Column - A New Micro Cryo-Trap For Trapping Of Volatiles At the Front Of a GC Capillary Column - </referenc/applnote/app-38.htm> /
Note 39: Comparison of Sensitivity Of Headspace GC, Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption and Direct Thermal Extraction Techniques For Volatile Organics Note 39: Comparison of Sensitivity Of Headspace GC, Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption and Direct Thermal Extraction Techniques For Volatile Organics - Comparison of Sensitivity Of Headspace GC, Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption and Direct Thermal Extraction Techniques For Volatile Organics - </referenc/applnote/app-39.htm> /
Note 3: Indoor Air Pollution Note 3: Indoor Air Pollution - Indoor Air Pollution Analzyed By Mass Spec - </referenc/applnote/app-3.htm> /
Note 40: Comparison of Septa by Direct Thermal Extraction Note 40: Comparison of Septa by Direct Thermal Extraction - Comparison Of Septa By Direct Thermal Extraction - </referenc/applnote/app-40.htm> /
Note 41: Hydrocarbon Production in Pine by Direct Thermal Extraction Note 41: Hydrocarbon Production in Pine by Direct Thermal Extraction - Hydrocarbon Production In Pine By Direct Thermal Extraction - </referenc/applnote/app-41.htm> /
Note 42: The Influence of Pump Oil Purity on Roughing Pumps Note 42: The Influence of Pump Oil Purity on Roughing Pumps - Note 42: The Influence Of Pump Oil Purity On Roughing Pumps - </referenc/applnote/app-42.htm> /
Note 43: Volatile Organic Composition In Blueberries Note 43: Volatile Organic Composition In Blueberries - Volatile Organic Composition In Blueberries - </referenc/applnote/app-43.htm> /
Note 44: The Design Of a New Direct Probe Inlet For a Mass Spectrometer Note 44: The Design Of a New Direct Probe Inlet For a Mass Spectrometer - The Design Of a New Direct Probe Inlet For a Mass Spectrometer - </referenc/applnote/app-44.htm> /
Note 45: Application of SIMION 6.0 to Filament Design for Mass Spectrometer Ionization Sources Note 45: Application of SIMION 6.0 to Filament Design for Mass Spectrometer Ionization Sources - Application of SIMION 6.0 to Filament Design for Mass Spectrometer Ionization Sources - </referenc/applnote/app-45.htm> /
Note 46: Delayed Extraction and Laser Desorption: Time-lag Focusing and Beyond Note 46: Delayed Extraction and Laser Desorption: Time-lag Focusing and Beyond - Delayed Extraction and Laser Desorption: Time-lag Focusing and Beyond - </referenc/applnote/app-46.htm> /
Note 47: The Application Of SIMION 6.0 To Problems In Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry Note 47: The Application Of SIMION 6.0 To Problems In Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry - The Application Of SIMION 6.0 To Problems In Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry - </referenc/applnote/app-47.htm> /
Note 48: Demonstration of Sensitivity Levels For the Detection of Caffeine Using a New Direct Probe and Inlet for the HP 5973 MSD Note 48: Demonstration of Sensitivity Levels For the Detection of Caffeine Using a New Direct Probe and Inlet for the HP 5973 MSD - Demonstration of Sensitivity Levels For the Detection of Caffeine Using a New Direct Probe and Inlet for the HP 5973 MSD - </referenc/applnote/app-48.htm> /
Note 49: Analysis of Cocaine Utilizing a New Direct Insertion Probe on a Hewlett Packard 5973 MSD Note 49: Analysis of Cocaine Utilizing a New Direct Insertion Probe on a Hewlett Packard 5973 MSD - Analysis of Cocaine Utilizing a New Direct Insertion Probe on a Hewlett Packard 5973 MSD - </referenc/applnote/app-49.htm> /
Note 4: Direct Analysis of Spices and Coffee Note 4: Direct Analysis of Spices and Coffee - Analysis of Spices and Coffee With the Mass Spec - </referenc/applnote/app-4.htm> /
Note 50: The Analysis of Multiple Component Drug Samples Using a Direct Probe Interfaced to the HP 5973 MSD Note 50: The Analysis of Multiple Component Drug Samples Using a Direct Probe Interfaced to the HP 5973 MSD - The Analysis of Multiple Component Drug Samples Using a Direct Probe Interfaced to the HP 5973 MSD - </referenc/applnote/app-50.htm> /
Note 51: Development and Characterization of a New Chemical Reaction Interface for the Detection of Nonradioisotopically Labeled Analytes Using Mass Spectrometry (CRIMS) Note 51: Development and Characterization of a New Chemical Reaction Interface for the Detection of Nonradioisotopically Labeled Analytes Using Mass Spectrometry (CRIMS) - Development and Characterization of a New Chemical Reaction Interface for the Detection of Nonradioisotopically Labeled Analytes Using Mass Spectrometry (CRIMS) - </referenc/applnote/app-51.htm> /
Note 52: Computer Modeling of Ion Optics in Time-of-Flight mass Spectrometry Using SIMION 3D Note 52: Computer Modeling of Ion Optics in Time-of-Flight mass Spectrometry Using SIMION 3D - Computer Modeling of Ion Optics in Time-of-Flight mass Spectrometry Using SIMION 3D - </referenc/applnote/app-52.htm> /
Note 53: SIMION 3D v6.0 Ion Optics Simulation Software Note 53: SIMION 3D v6.0 Ion Optics Simulation Software - Study of Ion Optics using the Simion 3D sopftware package - </referenc/applnote/app-53.htm> /
Note 54: Identification of Volatile Organic Compounds in Office Products Note 54: Identification of Volatile Organic Compounds in Office Products - Themal Desorption analysis of common office products - </referenc/applnote/app-54.htm> /
Note 55: Seasonal Variation in Flower Volatiles Note 55: Seasonal Variation in Flower Volatiles - Thermal Desorption Analysis of Flowers - </referenc/applnote/app-55.htm> /
Note 56: Mass Spec Maintenance & Cleaning Utilizing Micro-Mesh® Abrasive Sheets Note 56: Mass Spec Maintenance & Cleaning Utilizing Micro-Mesh® Abrasive Sheets - Micro-Mesh® abrasives are used to clean scientific instrument parts - </referenc/applnote/app-56.htm> /
Note 57: Aroma Profiles of Lavandula species Note 57: Aroma Profiles of Lavandula species - SPTD of lavander flowers - </referenc/applnote/noville.htm> /
Note 58: Direct Probe Analysis and Identification of Multicomponent Pharmaceutical Samples via Electron Impact MS Note 58: Direct Probe Analysis and Identification of Multicomponent Pharmaceutical Samples via Electron Impact MS - HP MSD Probe used to analyze multicomponent samples - </referenc/applnote/app-58.htm> /
Note 59: Computer Modeling of a TOF Reflectron With Gridless Reflector Using SIMION 3D Note 59: Computer Modeling of a TOF Reflectron With Gridless Reflector Using SIMION 3D - Using Simion 3D to Study a TOF Reflectron - </referenc/applnote/app-59.htm> /
Note 5: Direct Thermal Analysis Using the Short Path Thermal Desorption System Note 5: Direct Thermal Analysis Using the Short Path Thermal Desorption System - Direct Thermal Analysis Using the Short Path Thermal Desorption System - </referenc/applnote/app-5.htm> /
Note 60: Programmable Temperature Ramping of Samples Analyzed Via Direct Thermal Extraction GC/MS Note 60: Programmable Temperature Ramping of Samples Analyzed Via Direct Thermal Extraction GC/MS - Programmable Temperatre Ramping of Samples analyzed via Direct Thermal Extraction - </referenc/applnote/app-60.htm> /
Note 61: Analysis of Sugars Via a New DEP Probe Tip For Use With the Direct Probe On the HP5973 MSD Note 61: Analysis of Sugars Via a New DEP Probe Tip For Use With the Direct Probe On the HP5973 MSD - A DEP Probe tip was designed for the HP 5973 DIP to permit the analyisis of sugars - </referenc/applnote/app-61.htm> /
Note 64: Comparison of Various GC/MS Techniques For the Analysis of Black Pepper (Piper Nigrum) Note 64: Comparison of Various GC/MS Techniques For the Analysis of Black Pepper (Piper Nigrum) - Comparison of Various GC/MS Techniques For the Analysis of Black Pepper (Piper Nigrum) - </referenc/applnote/app-64.htm> /
Note 65: Determination of Ethylene by Adsorbent Trapping and Thermal Desorption - Gas Chromatography Note 65: Determination of Ethylene by Adsorbent Trapping and Thermal Desorption - Gas Chromatography - Determination of Ethylene by Adsorbent Trapping and Thermal Desorption - Gas Chromatography - </referenc/applnote/app-65.htm> /
Note 66: Probe Tip Design For the Optimization of Direct Insertion Probe Performance Note 66: Probe Tip Design For the Optimization of Direct Insertion Probe Performance - Direct probe Study - </referenc/applnote/app-66.htm> /
Note 67: Using Chemical Reaction Interface Mass Spectrometry (CRIMS) To Monitor Bacterial Transport In In Situ Bioremediation Note 67: Using Chemical Reaction Interface Mass Spectrometry (CRIMS) To Monitor Bacterial Transport In In Situ Bioremediation - USING CHEMICAL REACTION INTERFACE MASS SPECTROMETRY (CRIMS) TO MONITOR BACTERIAL TRANSPORT IN IN SITU BIOREMEDIATION - </referenc/applnote/app-67.htm> /
Note 68: Use of a PC Plug-In UV-Vis Spectrometer To Monitor the Plasma Conditions In GC-CRIMS Note 68: Use of a PC Plug-In UV-Vis Spectrometer To Monitor the Plasma Conditions In GC-CRIMS - Use of a PC plug-in UV-Vis spectrometer to monitor the plasma conditions in GC-CRIMS. - </referenc/applnote/app-68.htm> /
Note 69: Application of SIMION 6.0 To a Study of the Finkelstein Ion Source: Part 1 Note 69: Application of SIMION 6.0 To a Study of the Finkelstein Ion Source: Part 1 - Application of SIMION 6.0 To a Study of the Finkelstein Ion Source: Part 1 - </referenc/applnote/app-69.htm> /
Note 6: Direct Thermal Analysis of Plastic Food Wraps Using the Short Path Thermal Desorption System Note 6: Direct Thermal Analysis of Plastic Food Wraps Using the Short Path Thermal Desorption System - Direct Thermal Analysis of Plastic Food Wraps Using the Short Path Thermal Desorption System - </referenc/applnote/app-6.htm> /
Note 70: Application of SIMION 6.0 To a Study of the Finkelstein Ion Source: Part II Note 70: Application of SIMION 6.0 To a Study of the Finkelstein Ion Source: Part II - Application of Simion to a study of the Finkelstein Ion Source, Part II - </referenc/applnote/app-70.htm> /
Note 71: Flavor Profile Determination of Rice Samples Using Short Path Thermal Desorption GC Methods Note 71: Flavor Profile Determination of Rice Samples Using Short Path Thermal Desorption GC Methods - Flavor Profile of Rice Samples - </referenc/applnote/app-71.htm> /
Note 72: 1998 Version of the NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library, NIST98 Note 72: 1998 Version of the NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library, NIST98 - NIST 98 Article by O. David Sparkman - </referenc/applnote/app-72.htm> /
Note 73: The Analysis of Perfumes and their Effect on Indoor Air Pollution Note 73: The Analysis of Perfumes and their Effect on Indoor Air Pollution - Analysis of Perfumes and their effect on Indoor Air - </referenc/applnote/app-73.htm> /
Note 74: Examination of Source Design in Electrospray-TOF Using SIMION 3D Note 74: Examination of Source Design in Electrospray-TOF Using SIMION 3D - Examination of Source Design in Electrospray-TOF Using SIMION 3D - </referenc/applnote/app-74.htm> /
Note 75: An Apparatus for Sampling Volatile Organics From Live Plant Material Using Short Path Thermal Desorption Note 75: An Apparatus for Sampling Volatile Organics From Live Plant Material Using Short Path Thermal Desorption - Apparatus for Sampling Volatile Organics from Live Plant Material - </referenc/applnote/app-75.htm> /
Note 76: Determination of the Sensitivity of a CRIMS System Note 76: Determination of the Sensitivity of a CRIMS System - Setermination of the Sensitivity of a CRIMS System - </referenc/applnote/app-76.htm> /
Note 77: The Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Vacuum System Components Note 77: The Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Vacuum System Components - The Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Vacuum System Components - </referenc/applnote/app-77.htm> /
Note 78: A New Solution to Eliminate MS Down-Time With No-Tool-Changing of Analytical GC Columns Note 78: A New Solution to Eliminate MS Down-Time With No-Tool-Changing of Analytical GC Columns - A new solution to eliminate MS Downtime with no tool changing of analytical GC column - </referenc/applnote/app-78.htm> /
Note 79: Volatile Organic Compounds From Electron Beam Cured and Partially Electron Beam Cured Packaging Using Automated Short Path Thermal Desorption Note 79: Volatile Organic Compounds From Electron Beam Cured and Partially Electron Beam Cured Packaging Using Automated Short Path Thermal Desorption - Volatile Organic Compounds From Electron Beam Cured and Partially Electron Beam Cured Packaging Using Automated Short Path Thermal Desorption - </referenc/applnote/app-79.htm> /
Note 7: Chemical Residue Analysis of Pharmaceuticals Using The Short Path Thermal Desorption System Note 7: Chemical Residue Analysis of Pharmaceuticals Using The Short Path Thermal Desorption System - Short Path Thermal Desorption For Chemical and Pharmaceutical Analysis - </referenc/applnote/app-7.htm> /
Note 80: Design, Development and Testing of a Microprocessor Controlled Automated Short Path Thermal Desorption Apparatus Note 80: Design, Development and Testing of a Microprocessor Controlled Automated Short Path Thermal Desorption Apparatus - Design of the Automated Short path Thermal Desorption System - </referenc/applnote/app-80.htm> /
Note 81: Rapid Bacterial Chemotaxonomy By Direct Probe/MSD Note 81: Rapid Bacterial Chemotaxonomy By Direct Probe/MSD - Rapid bacterial Chemotaxonomy by Direct Probe/MSD - </referenc/applnote/app-81.htm> /
Note 82: Vacuum Pump Exhaust Filters Note 82: Vacuum Pump Exhaust Filters - Two Stage Pump Filter System - </referenc/applnote/app-82.htm> /
Note 83: Vacuum Pump Exhaust Filters - Oil Mist Eliminators Note 83: Vacuum Pump Exhaust Filters - Oil Mist Eliminators - Oil Mist Eliminators - </referenc/applnote/app-83.htm> /
Note 84: Vacuum Pump Exhaust Filters - Charcoal Exhaust Traps Note 84: Vacuum Pump Exhaust Filters - Charcoal Exhaust Traps - Charcoal Exhaust Traps - </referenc/applnote/app-84.htm> /
Note 85: Replacing an Electron Multiplier in the Agilent (HP) 5973 MSD Note 85: Replacing an Electron Multiplier in the Agilent (HP) 5973 MSD - Replacing an Electron Multiplier in the Agilent (HP) 5973 MSD - </referenc/applnote/app-85.htm> /
Note 86: Simulation of a Unique Cylindrical Quadrupole Mass Analyzer Using SIMION 7.0. Note 86: Simulation of a Unique Cylindrical Quadrupole Mass Analyzer Using SIMION 7.0. - Published at ASMS 2000. - </referenc/applnote/app-86.htm> /
Note 87: Design and Development of an Automated Direct Probe for a Mass Spectrometer Note 87: Design and Development of an Automated Direct Probe for a Mass Spectrometer - Design and Development of an Automated Direct Probe for a Mass Spectrometer - </referenc/applnote/app-87.htm> /
Note 88: Analysis of Silicone Contaminants on Electronic Components by Thermal Desorption GC-MS Note 88: Analysis of Silicone Contaminants on Electronic Components by Thermal Desorption GC-MS - Analysis of Silicone Contaminants on Electronic Components by Thermal Desorption GC-MS - </referenc/applnote/app-88.htm> /
Note 89: Quantitation of Organics via a Mass Spectrometer Automated Direct     Probe Note 89: Quantitation of Organics via a Mass Spectrometer Automated Direct Probe - Quantitation of Organics via a Mass Spectrometer Automated Direct Probe - </referenc/applnote/app-89.htm> /
Note 8: Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds In Liquids Utilizing the Short Path Thermal Desorption System Note 8: Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds In Liquids Utilizing the Short Path Thermal Desorption System - Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds In Liquids Utilizing the Short Path Thermal Desorption System - </referenc/applnote/app-8.htm> /
Note 90: An Automated MS Direct Probe for use in an Open Access Environment Note 90: An Automated MS Direct Probe for use in an Open Access Environment - An Automated MS Direct Probe for use in an Open Access Environment - </referenc/applnote/app-90.htm> /
Note 91: AutoProbe DEP Probe Tip Temperatures Note 91: AutoProbe DEP Probe Tip Temperatures - AutoProbe DEP Probe Tip Temperatures - </referenc/applnote/app-91.htm> /
Note 92: Yttria Coated Mass Spectrometer Filaments Note 92: Yttria Coated Mass Spectrometer Filaments - Yttria Coated MS Filaments - </referenc/applnote/app-92.htm> /
Note 93: Detection of Benzene in Carbonated Beverages with Purge & Trap Thermal Desorption GC/MS Note 93: Detection of Benzene in Carbonated Beverages with Purge & Trap Thermal Desorption GC/MS - Detection of Benzene in Carbonated Beverages with Purge & Trap Thermal Desorption GC/MS - </referenc/applnote/app-93.htm> /
Note 94: Detection of Nepetalactone in the Nepeta Cataria Plant by ThermalDesorption GC/MS Note 94: Detection of Nepetalactone in the Nepeta Cataria Plant by ThermalDesorption GC/MS - Detection of Nepetalactone in the Nepeta Cataria Plant by Thermal Desorption GC/MS - </referenc/applnote/app-94.htm> /
Note 95: Detection of Explosives on Clothing Material by Direct and AirSampling Thermal Desorption GC/MS Note 95: Detection of Explosives on Clothing Material by Direct and AirSampling Thermal Desorption GC/MS - Application Note #95Last Update: 2007 By Ronald E. Shomo, Robert Frey, and John J. Manura, Scientific Instrument Services, 1027 Old York Road, Ringoes, NJ 08551 (presented at ASMS2007) Introduction The post 9/11 environment has necessitated the development of better explosive detectors. Virtually all commerce, travelers, and their associated luggage are screened by some method in order to detect explosives, biological or radioactive contamination. Thermal desorption GC/MS is another potential to - </referenc/applnote/app-95.htm> /
Note 96: Reducing Warping in Mass Spectrometer Filaments, with SISAlloy® Ytrria/Rhenium Filaments Note 96: Reducing Warping in Mass Spectrometer Filaments, with SISAlloy® Ytrria/Rhenium Filaments - Application Note #98Last Update: 2011 By John J. Manura, Christopher Baker & Ronald Shomo Scientific Instrument Services, Ringoes, NJ Presented at the ASMS Meeting in Denver, CO, June 2011 Introduction Filament warping is a significant problem in the mass spectrometer especially in Chemical Ionization (CI) sources where the ion entrance hole is small. Different filament materials and geometry have been used to reduce or eliminate this problem. Various wire geometries including ribbon filamen - </referenc/applnote/app-96-reduce-ms-filament-warping.htm> /
Note 97: Flavor Profiles of Imported and Domestic Beers by Purge & Trap Thermal Desorption GC/MS Note 97: Flavor Profiles of Imported and Domestic Beers by Purge & Trap Thermal Desorption GC/MS - Application Note #97Last Update: 2013 Ronald E. Shomo, II, Robert Frey, John J. Manura, and Christopher Baker Scientific Instrument Services, 1027 Old York Road, Ringoes, NJ 08551 (presented at ASMS 2013) Introduction Domestic beer sales were $99 Billion in 2012. 1 This equates to 200,028,520 barrels of product brewed and sold last year. The overall growth from 2011 was 1%, but the fastest growing seg- ment of the beer industry is in regional craft (10,237,632 bbl), brewpubs (870,371 bbl) and mi - </referenc/applnote/app-97.htm> /
Note 98: Flavor and Aroma Profiles of Truffle Oils by Thermal Desorption GC/MS Note 98: Flavor and Aroma Profiles of Truffle Oils by Thermal Desorption GC/MS - ASMS 2014 poster on Truffle Oil - </referenc/applnote/app-98.htm> /
Note 99: Volatile and Semi-Volatile Profile Comparison of Whole vs. Dry Homogenized Wheat, Rye and Barley Grains by Direct Thermal Extraction GC/MS Note 99: Volatile and Semi-Volatile Profile Comparison of Whole vs. Dry Homogenized Wheat, Rye and Barley Grains by Direct Thermal Extraction GC/MS - Volatile and Semi-Volatile Profile Comparison of Whole vs. Dry Homogenized Wheat, Rye and Barley Grains by Direct Thermal Extraction GC/MS - </referenc/applnote/app-99.htm> /
Note 9: Methodologies For the Quantification Of Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption and Direct Thermal Desorption Analyses Note 9: Methodologies For the Quantification Of Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption and Direct Thermal Desorption Analyses - Methodologies For the Quantification Of Purge and Trap Thermal Desorption and Direct Thermal Desorption Analyses - </referenc/applnote/app-9.htm> /
Preparation and Conditioning of Desorption Tubes and Resin Beds Preparation and Conditioning of Desorption Tubes and Resin Beds - Packing Desorption Tubes Before packing desorption tubes, be sure they are clean and free of any residue or obstructions inside the tubes. If necessary clean with a small metal brush (S.I.S. part # SMS04016003 or SMS04016004) to remove any stubborn residues inside the desorption tubes. Wash thoroughly and rinse in water and then bake dry in an oven. Normally silation of the tubes is not required. However if required they can be silated using Pierce silation reagent (Part No. 83410 - Pierce Chem - </index/referenc/resin6.htm> /
SIS Adsorbent Resins Material and Data SIS Adsorbent Resins Material and Data - A wide variety of adsorbent resins are available from many suppliers and manufacturers. - </index/referenc/resins.htm> /
Tech 1 - Design and Operation of the Short Path Thermal Des. sys Tech 1 - Design and Operation of the Short Path Thermal Des. sys - Technical Bulletin No. 1 October 1990 Part I - Design & Operation of the Short Path Thermal Desorption System John J. Manura Scientific Instrument Services, Inc. 1027 Old York Road, Ringoes, NJ 08551 Figure 1 - The Short Path Thermal Desorption System, Model TD1. Introduction A new accessory for the thermal desorption and direct thermal analysis of samples into a Gas Chromatograph (GC) has just been introduced by Scientific Instrument Services, Inc. (S.I.S.) This new instrument is the combi - </referenc/articles/tech1.htm> /
Tech 3 - Elimination of Memory Peaks in Thermal Desorption Tech 3 - Elimination of Memory Peaks in Thermal Desorption - In the thermal desorption technique, samples are thermally desorbed from an external thermal desorption device into the GC injection port where the volatile and semi-volatile organics are trapped at the front of the GC column. - </referenc/articles/gcback.htm> /
Tenax® GR Back Pressure Versus Flow Data Tenax® GR Back Pressure Versus Flow Data - Tenax® GR is a porous polymer resin based on 2,6-diphenylene-oxide plus 30% Graphite. - </index/referenc/tengrprs.htm> /
Tenax® GR Breakthrough Volume Data Tenax® GR Breakthrough Volume Data - Tenax® GR is a porous polymer resin based on 2,6-diphenylene-oxide plus 30% Graphite. - </index/referenc/tenaxgr.htm> /
Tenax® TA Back Pressure Versus Flow Data Tenax® TA Back Pressure Versus Flow Data - Tenax® TA is a porous polymer resin based on 2,6-diphenylene-oxide. - </index/referenc/tentaprs.htm> /
Tenax® TA Breakthrough Volume Data Tenax® TA Breakthrough Volume Data - Tenax TA is a porous polymer resin based on 2,6-diphenylene-oxide. - </index/referenc/tenaxta.htm> /
Water Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins Water Breakthrough Volumes for Adsorbent Resins - Water with ... Tenax® TA Breakthrough Volumes for Water at 20 degrees C for Various Resins The above chart indicates the Breakthrough Volumes for the various resins at 20 degrees C. The values are expressed as milliliters of gas per gram of adsorbent resin. The values expressed above are based on the manufacturers listed data with the exception of Tenax TA which we verified experimentally. It is important that the values above be doubled to assure complete elution of the water from the Adsorbe - </index/referenc/bv-water.htm> /
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