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Automated thermal desorber doubles productivity, and increases data precision and accuracy in air studies

When studies of volatile organic compounds take several years to complete, how do analysts ensure the same precision and accuracy in the data for each sample for the duration of a project? Dr Rebecca Cordell from Leicester University in the UK relies on Markes International’s TD100-xr multi-tube thermal desorber, which delivers fast and consistent results time and time again thanks to its automated internal standard addition feature. It also saves further sampling time with its automated dry-purge feature.

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