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LITERATURE: Free DET REPORT newsletters are distributed periodically. These describe unique detection capabilities provided by the various DET products, as well as general advice on optimum use of NPD detectors. Contact DET at the  phone, fax, e-mail, or mail addresses  below to be added to the mail list.

DET Rep. 76 (July 2017): 1.) Converting from "NP" to "O" Selective Detection. 2.) TID-10 Selective Detection of Opioids & Cannabis.

DET Rep. 75 (May 2017): 1.) Optimum Electronics for NPD/TID/CCID GC Detectors. 2.) GC/CCID Selectivity for CH2 Groups Provides Unique Fingerprint Profiles of Paraffins & FAMEs in Petroleum & Biofuel Samples (Gasoline, Biodiesel, Crude Oil).

DET Rep. 74 (January 2017): 1.) Cannabis Compounds (THC, CBD, CBN) - GC Analysis with Oxygenate Selective TID-10-Air Detection. 2.) Sulfur Response of Selective TID-10 Surface Ionization.

DET Rep. 73 (November 2016): 1.) NPD & TID-10 Selective Detection of Fentanyl, Heroin, and Other Opiates and Drugs of Abuse. 2.) Multiple Modes of Selective Detection for Atrazine, Naled, Methyl Parathion, and Chlorpyrifos. 3.) TID-10, NPD, TID-5, and TID-3 Detection of Pyrethroid Insecticides.

DET Rep. 72 (October 2016): 1.) Converting NPD Equipment to TID-10 Oxygenate Selectivity. 2.) Selective Responses for Different Classes of Oxygenates. a.) Alcohols; b.) Acids; c.) Glycols & Phenols; d.) Flavors & Fragrances; e.) FAMEs & Triglycerides. 3.) Residual Caffeine and Vanilla Flavoring in "Decaffeinated" and "Caffeine Free" Teas (Interchangeable NPD and TID-10).

DET Rep. 71 (July 2016): 1.) Catalytic Combustion Ionization (CCID) & Hot Wire Combustion Ionization (HWCID) Detection Adaptions of NPD Equipment. 2.) CCID & HWCID Analyses of Selected Gasoline Constituents.

COMPREHENSIVE SUMMARY TEXT ON CHEMICAL DETECTION PRODUCTS BY DET (March 2016): This is a one-of-a-kind document describing DET's pioneering chemical detection technology that uses electrically-heated ceramic ionizing elements to convert selected chemical compounds to detectable electrical current. Includes an extensive portfolio of chromatograms illustrating selective detection of compounds containing N, P, O, Cl, Br, I, Pb, Sn, or Si atoms, or compounds containing NO2, CH2, Pyrrole vs. Pyridine, and certain other functional groups.

DET Rep. 70 (October 2015): DET Company Milestone, 25,000th Ceramic Ion Source Shipped June 2015. 1.) Catalytic Pyrolysis Ionization (CPID) of Branched Alkanes. 2.) CCID analysis of Saturated vs. Unsaturated FAMEs. 3.) CCID analysis of neat B100 and B20 samples. 4.) Varying the catalytic activity of TID/CPID ceramic ion sources. 5.) Newly identified CCID selectivity for o-Xylene vs. m,p-Xylenes.   

DET Rep. 69 (June 2015):  1.) "Thinking beyond the NPD box" - inexpensive conversion of NPD equipment to multiple modes of selective GC detection. 2.) GC-CCID differentiation between Saturate vs. Unsaturate and Mono-Unsaturate vs. PolyUnsaturate FAMEs. 3.) TID-10 (TID-1) Thermionic Surface Ionization Detection of degradation products in Petroleum and Biofuel samples. 4.) TID-10 (TID-1) selective detection of compounds containing a Five Member Carbon or Nitrogen Ring structure.

DET Rep. 68 (Summer 2014): 1.) Catalytic Combustion Ionization Detection (CCID) - more characteristics of the selectivity for n-Paraffins. 2.) Fingerprint chromatograms of Gasolines by selectively detecting Alkane and Oxygenate constituents. 3.) GC/CCID - a unique tool for investigating catalytically induced combustion of individual Hydrocarbon and FAME constituents in complex Petroleum and Biofuel samples. 4.) Inexpensive extension of Agilent NPD equipment to TID-10 & CCID modes of selective detection (Oxygenates, CH2 groups, etc.). 5.) Recent developments in NP detection on Bruker/Varian GCs.

DET Rep. 67 (March 2013): 1.) Catalytic Combustion Ionization Detection (CCID) - essential requirements for this unique selectivity of CH2 groups; 2.) CCID relative responses to different classes of Hydrocarbons as the Oxygen concentration in the detector gas is changed; 3.) Variations in detector Oxygen can adjust the number and type of selected compounds detected in CCID analyses of Petroleum samples (Alkanes vs. Alkenes, Linear vs. Branched Hydrocarbons); 4.) FAME and Triglyceride responses vs. detector Oxygen.

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