Evolved Gas Applications Handbook
Beschrijving van een toepassing

Evolved Gas Applications Handbook

Beschrijving van een toepassing

A Collection of Evolved Gas Applications Using Advanced Hyphenated Technologies

Evolved Gas Applications
Evolved Gas Applications

Evolved gas analysis (EGA) is used to detect and identify the outgassing components of material for a range of evolved gas applications; it involves methods such as Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, gas chromatography–mass spectroscopy or micro gas chromatography–mass spectroscopy (respectively FTIR spectroscopy, MS, GC/MS; Micro GC(/MS).

Which technique is best for my evolved gas application?

To acquire more information from a single experiment, a METTLER TOLEDO TGA or TGA/DSC can be hyphenated to a suitable gas analysis system. As each method has their own strengths and limitations, the examples provided in this handbook serve to demonstrate which technique is best for solving a particular application problem.

An overview of the EGA handbook:

  • Introduction to Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA)
  • Principles of TGA-MS
  • Principles of TGA-FTIR
  • Principles of TGA-GC/MS
  • Principles of TGA-Micro GC/MS
  • Over 30 Application Examples
  • Literature
  • Units, Abbreviations and Acronyms
  • Index
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