Environmental Analysis of BTEX Compounds in Soil, Water and Sludge by GC / PID

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Because of the widespread use and history of indiscriminate disposal practices of gasoline and fuel oils, their analysis in environmental samples is in high demand. Gasoline and diesel are both complex mixtures containing up to 400 individual compounds. The BTEX group (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and the Xylenes) are naturally occurring constituents of gasoline and diesel (although also present in kerosenes and fuel oils), and their analysis simplifies the identification of these sources.

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