Posts Tagged ‘n-nitrosomethylethylamine’

Sometimes Peak Defects Are Not the Sign of a Problem

Last month, I demonstrated the feasibility of a 250 µL injection in a split/splitless injection port, using the EPA Method 521 (nitrosamines in drinking water) list. As you can see in the chromatogram below, seven of the eight peaks are nice and symetric. Peak number 2, however, shows exaggerated fronting. N-nitrosomethylethylamine is the only compound on […]