Application Notes

Bulk Analysis of Nickel Based Alloys Using the GDS500A

Pseudo Elements: Use, Format, Example, Explanation and Discussion

Quality Control of GradeSpecific Materials Comparing the Small 2 mm and Standard 4 mm Glow Discharge Lamps (Grades 4340 & 8620)

Routine Analysis of Difficult Alloys Using LECO Glow Discharge

Understanding Calibration for Glow Discharge Atomic Emission Spectrometry (GD-AES)

Comparison of Copper Diallyl Phthalate and Conductotherm 3000 Sample Mounting Media

Recommendations for analyzing wire and rods with GDS500A Glow Discharge Spectrometer with various sample holders.

Compositional Depth Profiling of Hard Disks with Glow Discharge Atomic Emission Spectrometry (GD-AES)

Quantitative Depth Profile (QDP) Analysis of Aluminized Steel

Quantitative Depth Profile (QDP) Analysis of Aluminum Clad

Quantitative Depth Profile (QDP) Analysis of Carburized Steel

Quantitative Depth Profile (QDP) Analysis of Iron Phosphate on Steel

Quantitative Depth Profile (QDP) Analysis of Plated Samples

Petroleum Forensics is the art of tracing the geochemistry of crude oil using petroleum biomarkers. Chemical biomarkers that are resistant to weathering and other forms of degradation ("molecular fossils") are crucial for differentiating the various sources.

Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography can help characterize crude oil by assessing volatile and semi-volatile portions of petroleum samples to isolate and identify chemical biomarkers.

This performance note pertains to all LECO Glow Discharge Spectrometers (GDS). The purpose is to provide recommendations and associated procedures for different sample preparations prior to presenting the sample to the GDS system.

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