• Matrix-Optimised Analysis of Gases and LPG Samples

Analytical Instrumentation

Matrix-Optimised Analysis of Gases and LPG Samples

Dec 14 2009

Determination of nitrogen, sulphur and chlorine content in a broad concentration range – The elemental analyzer multi EA 5000, combined with application-optimised sample gas systems, liquid gases, highly pressurised gases, but also gases relaxed to normal pressure can be analysed for element contents in the range of ultra-traces up to percentages. In only one single cycle, the sulphur, nitrogen and carbon content is determined simultaneously, and chlorine is determined sequentially.

The analysis of gaseous matrices in routine analytics still presents a real challenge even today. No matrix type is so versatile in its behaviour and the requirements for the sample feed and the combustion process. This makes it difficult to quickly gain precise and reliable analysis results.

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