A productive three date, three city tour took place April 19th – 21st making stops in Greenbelt, MD, Wilmington, DE, and Edison, NJ. Lindsey Shear, MS, Application Scientist at VUV Analytics, presented the theory and applications of Vacuum-Ultraviolet (VUV) Detector Technology for Gas Chromatography. A key topic covered during her talk was how GC-VUV analysis offers a more accurate and precise water quantitation alternative to Karl Fisher and Thermal Conductivity Detection (TCD) analysis. Len Sidisky, Ph.D., R&D Manager at Supelco, presented information about Supelco’s new line of gas chromatography columns including the Watercol 1460, 1900, and 1910.
Each seminar location had strong representation from the food and chemical industries, as well as academic and government research. It was clear that the VGA 100 data captivated the attention and curiosity of the audience. A number of questions were asked regarding its capabilities and compatibility, and we would welcome any additional questions you may have.
The top five most commonly asked questions during the seminars were: