Purity assay of solvent samples (GC-FID and Karl Fischer)
Solvent purity assay with GC-FID and Karl Fischer techniques.
Determination is performed by analyzing the sample with GC-FID and comparing the area of the solvent signal to the combined area of all peaks. The concentration of the solvent in the sample is expressed as a percentage (%).
Karl Fischer titration is used to determine the amount of water in the sample.
More information about the method family:GC-FID analysis
- Suitable sample matrices
- Solvent samples
- Required sample quantity
- 100 ml
- Typical turnaround time
- 6 weeks after receiving the samples
- Quality system
- Accredited testing laboratory
- Device types