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Getting to Lower Detection Limits with Headspace Sampling


My previous post distinguished itself by generating by far the biggest response of any blog post I have yet written. Evidently, I struck a chord with many people.

As a consequence, I have decided to make this the topic of my presentation at our conference in June.

The great thing is that there is no shortage of different approaches that can lead you to lower detection limits, making it much more likely to come up with something that works in any given situation.

You can find details of our conference “Automation in the Chromatography Laboratory” by following the link.

If you want to explore any of this sooner than that, I’m happy to have a chat about it at any time. You can either email me on Ray.Perkins@anatune.co.uk or call me on: 01223 279 210



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