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The Technical Notes pages contain reports that have been developed to address specific problems or issues. These items include small studies that may not be of sufficient scope for journal publications. Our first report was developed to elucidate the system tuning process that had been more art than science (see Comparison of Cryotrap desorbing temperature and the time of transfer to GC to analyte response and peak shape).

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List of Technical Notes
Comparison of Cryotrap desorbing temperature and the time of transfer to GC to analyte response and peak shape
   
The Application of SW-846 Method 8261 to Analytes Required in Superfund's Current Statement of Work, SOM01.1. Part One; Determination of Relative Volatility Values [PDF, 10 pp., 150 KB].
   
The Application of SW-846 Method 8261 to Analytes Required in Superfund’s Current Statement of Work, SOM01.1. Part Two; Method Performance for Water [PDF, 11 pp., 148 KB].

Verification of Analytical Reports Produced by SMCReporter for Method 8261 Determinations [PDF, 46 pp., 869 KB].
   
The Application of SW-846 Method 8261 to new SAM Analytes. Part One; Determination of Relative Volatility Values [PDF, 8pp., 124 KB].
   
The Application of SW-846 Method 8261 to new SAM Analytes. Part Two Method Performance for Water [PDF, 8pp., 149 KB].
   
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