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FAME (APK #388)

Fatty acids are carboxylic acids with a long side carbon chain typically found in lipids. These acids differ by the number of carbon atoms in the chain and the number of double bonds in the chain. According to the number of double bonds we distinguish saturated fatty acids (SFA), monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). Trans fatty acids are unsaturated fatty acids in which at least one double bond is in the trans position. Capilary column LION™ LN-FAME was designed to provide the required polarity by the high-cyano propyl phase (G48). In this application note you can see a fast, robust and reproducible baseline separation of the 37 most common FAMEs.

Fatty acids (APK #457)

Control of the profile of fatty acids in blood samples is actual due to the role of fatty acids as biomarkers in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. Capillary Column LION™ LN-FAME HT GC provides separation of the 40 fatty acids with excellent reproducibility and robustness.


Monitoring of Ethylene Oxide (APK #426)

Ethylene oxide monitoring system for machines and working environments enables to measure 1, 4, 6, 8 or 10 samples from various sample points according to user requirements (in economy one-channel version). The two-channel version gives double count of sample points with the same measurement interval. The system is composed of gas chromatograph (GC) with flame-ionization detector (FID), sample selector and gas box for up to 10 sample points, PC with ETOx control software and chromatography software (Clarity) and cabinet with hardware control modules. Whole system including control software is delivered as a turn key solution according to customer requirements.


Residual Solvents (APK #419)

Residual solvents control is a mandatory test for active pharmaceutical ingredients. Column LION™ LN-1 provides fast, robust and reproducible separation for most commonly used solvents.


Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (APK #389)

Total petroleum hydrocarbons index (TPH) is a typical environmental analysis. It has replaced the infrared spectroscopy method using problematic solvents, i.e. Freons. This gas chromatography analysis (GC) monitors hydrocarbons between n-decane and n-tetracontane. These two hydrocarbons are used as the range marker and injection efficiency control. Aditionally, the GC method has an important advantage – this can show a type of hadrocarbon contamination (e.g. gasoline, naphtha, motor oil) and weathering status (some n-alkanes disappear during their stay in the enviroment).