US EPA Finalizes Method 1621: Determination of Adsorbable Organic Fluorine (AOF) in Aqueous Matrices by Combustion Ion Chromatography (CIC)

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Read our whitepaper in the September/October issue of International Environmental Technology magazine about trace level analysis for Extractable Organic Fluorine (EOF) screening in water matrices, by Combustion Ion-Chromatography.

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In recent developments, the need for trace level Sulfur analysis by elemental combustion analyzers is growing. The method appears to be being used more in several Hydrocarbon products such as Benzene, Toluene, or recently developed renewable fuels like VGO or HEFA diesel(blends).

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There are a quite a few analyzers in the market today. Which analyzer should you use and what can they measure! In this article you’re going to understand the innerworkings of TOC (and TNb) analyzers as well as user cases, the industry and a brief overview of a useful feature of the TEIS software it comes with.

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In the past few years, the market has seen an increase in complex matrices in a wide spectrum of different fuels. Sulfur is a critical component and legislation push for lower sulfur concentrations in fuels, mainly to protect our environment and monitor degradation in catalytic processes.

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In the analytical market, there has always been an ongoing discussion about which furnace setup performs the best in combustion analyzers.

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The analyses of polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) is a well-discussed topic in today’s environmental market. Measurements of PFAS concentrations are a requirement to get a better insight in the effect of PFAS components on the environment and health.

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The Xplorer-V is a fully automated Nitrogen and Sulfur analyzer that offers the most features out of the smallest footprint. Completely optimized for your (liquid) hydrocarbon sample analysis, smart operation features, and data-driven robustness. All in one single configuration.

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Palm Oil is an edible vegetable oil that comes from the fruit of oil palm trees. Two types of oil can be produced, crude palm oil made from the pulp and palm kernel oil made from the kernel in the middle of the fruit.

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