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For GC carrier gas it has long been assumed that there are only two viable options, helium or hydrogen. In recent times, however, there has been more and more evidence revealing the proficiency of nitrogen as a suitable carrier gas for GC.
In a recent article written by Russell Lee, titled: Agilent Aids a Murder Investigation, he stated that: “Agilent forensic tools are often used to identify and compare patterns of information, creating a forensic ‘fingerprint’.
Hot off the press – view Dr Ed Connor’s latest application note: Helium – what is the current cost to labs?
Why continue with the old approach of having to manage deliveries and storage of high pressure cylinders or heavy dewars, when you can generate as much gas as you need, when you need it, by virtue of a Peak gas generator in your lab?
Working in conjunction with Dr Greg Dooley, Director of the Analytical Toxicology Laboratory, Dr Ed Connor, Peak Scientific’s GC Product Specialist has released his latest Application note, titled: Blood Alcohol Content Analysis Using Nitrogen Carrier Gas.