Brevis™ GC Applications


Residual Solvent Analysis in Pharmaceuticals According to USP <467> Using H2 Carrier Gas
Shown here are the results from an analysis of a standard solution for operating method A (water-soluble samples). In the analysis of carbon tetrachloride, which requires sensitivity confirmation, against residual solvents in Class 1, a good S/N ratio was achieved. Furthermore, excellent separation analysis is possible for Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK), which has been added to the Class 2 list.


Fast Analysis of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon (TPH) Using H2 Carrier Gas with Dual Injectors
Despite its compact body, the Brevis GC is capable of simultaneous dual-line analysis. In this example, dual-line, high-speed TPH analysis was performed to maximize analytical throughput with a single GC.

Chromatogram of n-alkane mixture samples

Overlaid chromatograms of QC standard solutions


Analysis of Residual Organic Solvents in Packaging Materials using N2 Carrier Gas with and the HS-20 NX Headspace Sampler
The headspace GC method is effective for analysis of residual organic solvents in packaging materials, which are solid samples, and providing high sensitivity and reliability.

Quantification results (mg/m2)

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