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Optimizing a Total Protein Combustion Instrument for Lowest Cost-Per-Analysis
Poster Title: Optimizing a Total Protein Combustion Instrument for Lowest Cost-Per-Analysis
Submitted on 23 Mar 2017
Author(s): Fred Schultz, Adam Darling, Mason Marsh, Dennis Lawrenz
Affiliations: LECO Corporation
This poster was presented at Pittcon 2017
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Abstract: This poster presentation will cover the optimization of a total nitrogen combustion instrument for lowest cost-per-analysis (CPA) by optimizing the aliquot gas volume, TC carrier gas, and grade of oxygen gas utilized in the combustion furnace. Data will be presented that includes common foods, feeds, and reference materials analyzed with a TruMac N instrument.Summary: The objective of this work was to demonstrate the analytical performance and application capability of the TruMac N instrument configurations that have been optimized to have the lowest cost-per-analysis (CPA).Report abuse »
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