Today, analytical pyrolysis encompasses much more than simple flash pyrolysis of polymeric materials. Virtually any material (gas, liquid or solid) can be characterized using an array of techniques, which are designed into a modern day, Multi-Mode Pyrolysis System. With this, our webinar topic is all about simplifying pyrolysis.
Using the Frontier Multi-Mode Pyrolyzer and its Micro-Furnace design technology, volatiles, additives, oligomers, as well as polar, polymeric, and heavier components can be analyzed. This technique is also broadening the range of samples that can be analyzed using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, since any solid sample can be introduced into the Multi-Mode pyrolyzer without any need for solvent, solvent extractions, or pretreatments prior to the analysis.
The Multi-Mode Pyrolyzer also allows multiple analytical techniques to be performed on a sample, such as Evolved Gas Analysis, Thermal Desorption, flash Pyrolysis, Heart-Cutting, Double-Shot, and Reactive Pyrolysis. Whether you are a current user, are new to pyrolysis, or haven’t looked at the technique in a while, this webinar is a great introduction to the benefits of this powerful instrument.
Key webinar take-aways:
- Learn what the Pyrolysis-GC/MS (Py-GC-MS) technique involves, and how its different modes of operations (such as Evolved Gas Analysis, Thermal Desorption, flash Pyrolysis, and Double-Shot) can be applied for material characterization in various industries.
- Discover how Py-GC-MS can be applied to quality control, deformulation, contamination, unknown identification, and failure analyses while increasing laboratory efficiency by eliminating sample pretreatment and the “traditional” solvent-based techniques.
- Learn about different pyrolyzers in the market and what sets the Multi-Mode Micro-Furnace design Pyrolyzer apart from others.
Technical & Marketing Director, Frontier Laboratories
Rojin Belganeh is the Technical Director at Frontier Laboratories America and a former user of Frontier products. Rojin graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. She started her profession as an analytical chemist working with various analytical instrumentations, such as Pyrolysis GCMS, TGA, and FTIR for material characterization, polymer identification, and contamination analysis. She also holds an MBA degree concentrating in strategic marketing. As a former user, Rojin is very passionate about creating awareness of Frontier products and providing technical support to users.
Terry Ramus, Ph.D.
Application Scientist, Diablo Analytical
Terry Ramus is an application scientist operating in Diablo Analytical, a technology and development company. Terry has more than 35 years of experience in a wide variety of companies and markets with emphasis on analytical chemistry. Areas of research experience include process development, polymer, materials characterization, and gas phase instrumentation. Terry holds a B.S from the University of California, Davis and a Ph. D. in Analytical Chemistry from Oregon State University.
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