Raman and GC: Enhancing Analytical Methods
Raman spectroscopy and gas chromatography are both commonly used analytical techniques in the energy sector, each with their own unique benefits and limitations. Gas chromatography has long been the traditional method for compositional analysis of petroleum, biofuels, and natural gas. However, Raman spectroscopy has gained popularity due to its ability to provide real-time, non-destructive analysis of complex mixtures and samples.
The benefits of Raman spectroscopy in the energy sector are numerous. Raman spectra provide a unique chemical fingerprint of a sample, allowing for accurate and precise identification of compounds. Additionally, Raman spectroscopy is non-destructive and can be used for in situ analysis of samples, making it particularly useful in applications where samples are difficult to transport or analyze.
In the energy sector, Raman spectroscopy has been used for applications such as monitoring the quality and composition of refined fuels, identifying contaminants in biofuels, and analyzing natural gas streams. One major advantage of Raman spectroscopy is its ability to provide real-time analysis, allowing for immediate adjustments and optimization of processes.
In this webinar, viewers will learn more about the benefits of Raman spectroscopy in the energy sector. Our expert speakers will present case studies and share their experience with a wide array of applications, demonstrating the versatility of the technique. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of how Raman spectroscopy can complement existing gas chromatography analysis to deliver rapid, actionable analytical measurement. This webcast is particularly relevant for process engineers, analyzer specialists/leads, technology specialists, and laboratory supervisors who are interested in learning about the benefits of Raman spectroscopy in the energy sector.
What you’ll learn:
- Why Raman is the ideal candidate for refined fuel analysis, having the key attributes of specificity, sensitivity, speed, and stability
- Gain a deeper understanding of how Raman spectroscopy can complement existing gas chromatography analysis to deliver rapid, actionable analytical measurement
- How Raman can quickly and accurately analyze multiple fuel types, including gasoline, jet, and diesel, as well as component streams
Who this webinar is for:
- Process engineers, analyzer specialists/leads, technology specialists, laboratory supervisors