A hyphenated technology brings together two or more instruments to enhance and complement the quality of data. This powerful approach is capable of acquiring additional information from a single run and plays a key role in the analysis and identification of complex mixtures. These technologies can help scientists better understand how materials degrade, gases evolve and how materials respond to nonstandard tests. More specifically, evolved gas analysis (EGA) hyphenation combines a thermogravimetric analyzer with one or more additional detector technologies.
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