Posts Tagged ‘EZGC’

Believe to Achieve: Evaluating the Accuracy of the EZGC™ Chromatogram Modeler

As a new member of the lab, I have been working on expanding the libraries of experimental data that underly our EZGC chromatogram modeling tool. If you have never used the tool before I recommend you give it a try! It is a web based software program which, given a list of compounds, will recommend […]

The Rtx-1614 separates MORE halogenated flame retardants than just Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)!

Halogenated flame retardants (HFRs) are used in numerous household and office products, including electronics, carpeting and furniture.  Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), a subset of HFRs, have been found to be persistent and bioaccumulative in the environment.  While the main technical mixtures of PBDEs have mostly been phased out of production and use, the concentrations in […]

EZGC Made Even Easier – Free web version now available!

A few of my colleagues, Julie Kowalski and Chris English, have written blogs about the original CD based Pro ezGC modeling software (ezGC really IS cool! and Pro ezGC Software: Manna from Heaven or a Clunky DOS-Based Program).  The basics of this software is to add a library of compounds by entering the retention times […]