Posts Tagged ‘hydrogen carrier gas’

FAMEs blog part 4: Struggling with using hydrogen for AOCS methods Ce 1j-07 or Ce 1h-05?

This blog a part of a series: part 1, part 2, and part 3 Recently I came across customers’ issue with AOCS method Ce 1h-05 used with hydrogen as a carrier gas and I’ve decided to look more closely into what conditions are suggested for this analysis. While at it, I looked also into conditions of methods […]

Enhanced Pesticide Activity When Using Hydrogen as a Carrier Gas

During recent work using the Rtx-CLPesticides and Rtx-CLPesticides2 columns, I was exploring the use of both hydrogen and nitrogen as a carrier gas for analysis of EPA Method 8081 organochlorine pesticides and ran into a bit of a problem when I switched my system over to hydrogen from helium. Several components experienced a dramatic reduction […]