Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, is offering a selection of application notes demonstrating the versatility of its 8890 gas chromatography (GC) system that enables you to work smarter with autonomous monitoring, remote connectivity, and other time-saving operations. Click below to download the application notes of interest to you.
Using the PSD for Backflushing on the Agilent 8890 GC System
This application demonstrates how an Agilent 8890 series GC equipped with an Agilent capillary flow technology Deans switch coupled to flame ionization detection and flame photometric detection was used to analyze a heavy hydrocarbon distillate: residual fuel oil.
High Temperature Simulated Distillation Performance Using the Agilent 8890 Gas Chromatograph
An Agilent 8890 gas chromatograph was configured to run high temperature simulated distillation according to ASTM method D6352. Calibration was demonstrated from n-C12 to n-C102 followed by performance verified using the ASTM 5010 Reference Material.
Analysis of European Union Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons (EUPAH) with the Agilent 8890 GC
This Application Note describes a method for the analysis of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) by GC/MS. Critical PAH pairs could successfully be resolved, and reproducible calibration of certain PAHs was achieved.
Analysis of USP Method <467> Residual Solvents on the Agilent 8890 GC System
This Application Note highlights the use of the Agilent 8890 GC and the Agilent J&W DB-Select 624 UI for 467 and Agilent J&W HP-INNOWax columns in the detection and confirmation of <467> residual solvents.
Analysis of Sulfur-Containing Compounds in Diesel and Residual Fuel Oil with Heart-cutting Multidimensional GC
In this application an Agilent 8890 GC coupled with flame photometric detection (FPD) and flame ionization detection (FID) was used to analyze the distribution of hydrocarbons and sulfur-containing compounds in diesel and residual fuel oil (RFO).