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Eliminating Dependency on Helium Supply for Your Thermal Desorption GC/MS Analysis

RECORD | Already taken place We, 28.9.2022
In this webinar you will learn the practicalities and benefits of using hydrogen as a carrier gas in place of helium to support your thermal desorption GC/MS analysis.
Quantum Analytics: Eliminating Dependency on Helium Supply for Your Thermal Desorption GC/MS Analysis

Quantum Analytics: Eliminating Dependency on Helium Supply for Your Thermal Desorption GC/MS Analysis

Helium is increasingly expensive and difficult to source as a gas chromatography carrier gas. Switching to hydrogen carrier gas is the obvious alternative to eliminate this dependency on helium for GC and also thermal desorption-GC-MS.

In this webinar you will learn the practicalities and benefits of using hydrogen as a carrier gas in place of helium including:

  • Enhanced productivity
  • Cost and time saving
  • Superior analytical performance
  • Convenience
  • Sustainable
  • Future-proofing

Markes’ award-winning Multi-Gas Enabled thermal desorption instruments have been independently certified to operate with helium, nitrogen and hydrogen. We’ll look at eliminating dependency on helium by offering greater flexibility. These multi-gas enabled thermal desorption instruments are being used with hydrogen as the carrier gas for challenging applications such as TO-15 and PAH analysis.

Having an instrument that has been independently tested and validated so that the full Thermal Desorption GC/MS analytical instrumentation and workflow can be configured to work with hydrogen, also allows us to investigate impurities within hydrogen fuel samples which we will discuss.

Key Webinar Take-aways:
  • Why hydrogen is a viable alternative to helium
  • Eliminating dependency on helium, and benefits of using hydrogen as a carrier gas for TD-GC-MS
  • The necessity for a hydrogen certified thermal desorption for analysis of hydrogen fuel samples

Presenter: Dr. Aaron James Davies (Commercial Marketing Manager, Thermal Desorption, Markes International)

Dr. Aaron Davies is the Commercial Marketing Manager, Thermal Desorption at Markes International. After graduating from Cardiff and Monash Universities with a PhD. in Chemistry, Aaron has worked in industry as a Process and Product Development Chemist, until becoming a GC & GC/MS Product Specialist and finally focusing on his passion for Thermal Desorption. Aaron’s spare time is spent with his gorgeous daughters, wife and family. Though when possible he enjoys rugby, running, surfing and reading!

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