October 2003

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HP Innovations

Detection method measures total sulfur species in gasoline Agilent Technologies has released a new method for characterizing sulfur in reformulated gasoline using gas chromatography-ind..

Detection method measures total sulfur species in gasoline Agilent Technologies has released a new method for characterizing sulfur in reformulated gasoline using gas chromatography-inductivity coupled plasma mass spectrometry (GC-ICP-MS). This method is claimed to be the first available technique that measures both individual sulfur species and total sulfur at very low levels. The approach can quantify individual sulfur species in the lower ppb-range and total sulfur at less than 1 ppm. Thus, it enables laboratory analysis with high sensitivity for pending new fuel specifications. This method uses an Agilent 6890 GC with split/s

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