Gas Chromatography – Flame Ionization Detector
Quanitation for the Masses.
One of the most industry-trusted quantitation methods is Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detection (GC-FID). The FID detector measures the electrical current generated by burning carbon in the sample, thus making it the most sensitive and universal detection method for hydrocarbons. Comparison of the peak area for the analyte of interest with a calibration curve made using reference standards allows for accurate quantitation. Quantify residuals and determine the purity profile of your material with this dependable quantitation technique.
- Volatiles analysis
- Quantitation at low ppm levels with high linearity
- Purity profile quantitation
- Residual solvents quantitation