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Helium is commonly used as GC carrier gas, but it is a non-renewable resource and there is a global shortage that has caused prices to increase significantly causing users to switch to hydrogen (H2).
FT-IR spectrometers provide spectra in less time than scanning systems, but water vapor and/or CO2 in the sample chamber leads to additional peaks that may obscure important information. Learn how these interferences can be eliminated.
While Helium has been traditionally used as a make-up gas, its availability has decreased and its cost has increased causing many chromatographers to instead use nitrogen.
Explore recommended purification methods to obtain air for a FID, which enable the best signal to noise ratio for the best analysis available.

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