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On Demand: VOC Analysis – Can We Do it Better?

Over the last 20 years the analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) has been a major focus for Anatune chemists. It’s a complicated beast of a subject, with many answers to the question “how do I do this well?”

A good chromatographer is always looking for ways to enhance their methods and, as technology improves, the routes to more effective methods increase in variety and complexity.

In this webinar we help you get a more rounded understanding of the issue. We cover some of the background of VOC analysis, the big challenges and common pitfalls, then discuss what testing looks like today.

The webinar was hosted by Anatune’s Alex Murray who has a wealth of experience of VOC analysis in the environmental sector, particularly soil and water testing.