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David has over 30 years experience in analytical GC, from gas analysis and trace pesticides to making and testing packed and capillary colums, with former excursions into standard techniques: LC, IR, AA. He’s currently involved with new product development, applying CRS’s strengths in clean inlets and polymers. He has a chemistry degree from Northwestern University and has been with CRS for over 20 years.
Adding a chamfer to septa significantly improves performance by guiding the needle to the same location each time, reducing coring. However, without pre-piercing there is still a high risk of contamination by the SPME needle punching a septum core into the liner, presumably on the first piercing...Read More