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Optimized Analysis of Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds

Volatile Organic Compounds
Credit: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Analysis of semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) is essential to ensure human and environmental health, but environmental testing laboratories face challenges when adhering to stringent regulatory standards.

Compliance regulations laid out by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) require precise instrumentation capable of meeting decafluorotriphenyl phosphine (DFTPP) tuning criteria, relative retention time (RRT) of target analytes criteria, and suggested minimum response factors. 

This app note explores the latest quadrupole gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS) system which can fulfill EPA analytical criteria and features an innovative detector system providing enhanced performance.

Download this app note to learn:

  • How the latest GC-MS technology achieves accurate SVOC analysis in various matrices
  • Key EPA requirements that need to be met when analyzing SVOC
  • How to ensure minimal downtime and optimal performance in an environmental testing laboratory
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