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Thermionic ionization detectors.

David C. Thompson

Thermionic ionization detectors.

by David C. Thompson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physics Theses

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    Thesis (M.Sc.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto.

    ContributionsStoicheff, Boris P. (supervisor)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination92 p.
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21576403M

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This practice covers testing the performance of a nitrogen/phosphorus thermionic ionization detector (NPD) used as the detection component of a gas chromatographic system. This practice applies to an NPD that employs a heated alkali metal compound and emits an electrical charge from that solid surface.

The Thermionic Ionization Detector is similar in design to the FID and NPD. The electrically heated thermionic bead (TID bead) is positioned so that the column effluent Thermionic ionization detectors. book the hot bead surface. Analyte molecules containing NO 2 (nitro) functional groups such as TNT (trinitrotoluene) undergo a catalytic surface chemistry reaction.

The nitrogen–phosphorus detector (NPD) is also known as thermionic specific detector (TSD) is a detector commonly used with gas chromatography, in which thermal energy is used to ionize an analyte. It is a type of flame thermionic detector (FTD), the other being the alkali flame-ionization detector (AFID also known as AFD).

With this method, nitrogen and phosphorus can be selectively. The Thermionic Ionization Detector is similar in design to the FID and NPD. The electrically heated thermionic bead (TID bead) is positioned so that the column effluent contacts the hot bead surface.

Analyte molecules containing NO2 (nitro) functional groups such as TNT (trinitrotoluene) undergo a catalytic surface chemistry reaction. C.K. Laird, I. Verhappen, in Instrumentation Reference Book (Fourth Edition), Photo-Ionization Detector (PID) The photo-ionization detector (see Figure ) has some similarities to the flame ionization detector, and like the FID, it responds to a wide range of organic as well as to some inorganic interchangeable sealed lamp produces monochromatic radiation in the UV.

Typical detectors used in GC include flame ionization detectors (FIDs), thermal conductivity detectors Thermionic ionization detectors. book, thermionic detectors (TIDs), electron capture detectors (ECDs), and atomic emission detectors (AEDs) (Skoog and Leary, a,b,c,d; Scott, a,b,c). The most widely used and generally applicable detector is the FID.

The Thermionic Ionization Detector is extremely selective, having little or no response to most aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons. The TID also responds to chlorinated phenols such as pentachlorophenol (PCP) at slightly less sensitivity. For best sensitivity, the TID requires air for operation.

If air is used as the carrier gas, no other detector gases are required. A newly designed thermionic detector was operated in two modes of thermionic ionization detection (TID), and a third mode of catalytic flame ionization detection (CFID).

Operating modes were varied by changing the composition of the electrically-heated thermionic/catalytic source, and the composition of gases supplied to the detector.

A TID-2 source activated by a low concentration of Cs Cited by: 1. Scope. This practice is intended to serve as a guide for testing the performance of a nitrogen/phosphorus thermionic ionization detector (NPD) used as the detection component of a gas chromatographic system.

Need help. Chat now. Live Chat - Free Trial - Webinar - Feedback Cart (0). E Practice for Use of Electron-Capture Detectors in Gas Chromatography. E Practice for Using Flame Photometric Detectors in Gas Chromatography.

E Practice for Testing Nitrogen/Phosphorus Thermionic Ionization Detectors for Use In Gas Chromatography. A thermionic converter consists of a hot electrode which thermionically emits electrons over a potential energy barrier to a cooler electrode, producing a useful electric power output. Caesium vapor is used to optimize the electrode work functions and provide an ion supply (by surface ionization or electron impact ionization in a plasma) to neutralize the electron space charge.

Chemistry Principles of Instrumental Analysis What is the difference between a concentration-sensitive and a mass-sensitive detector.

Are the following detectors mass or concentration sensitive. (a) thermal conductivity. (b) atomic emission, (c) thermionic, (d) electron captive, (e).

Flame ionization detectors work on the principle of ions liberated in the combustion of the sample species. Here, the assumption is that sample compounds will ionize inside of a flame, whereas the carrier gas will not. A permanent flame (usually fueled by hydrogen gas which produces negligible ions in combustion) serves to ionize any gas.

Other Conventional Detectors Thermionic Detector (TID) - Selective for N & P compounds - x more sensitive than FID for P - 50 x more sensitive than FID for N - Bad for C - Design similar to FID with rubidium silicate bead at V vs collector get hot plasma - o C - File Size: KB.

flame ionization detector, flame photometric detector, and flame thermionic detector. The flame ionization detector (FID) and thermal conductivity detector (TCD) are the most commonly used of these detectors. The FID uses a hydrogen gas flame to ionize the sample components in the sample gas and measure the resulting ion Size: 1MB.

This practice is intended to serve as a guide for testing the performance of a nitrogen/phosphorus thermionic ionization detector (NPD) used as the detection component of a gas chromatographic system. This practice applies to an NPD that employs a heated alkali metal compound and emits an electrical charge from that solid surface.

Ionization-based gas chromatographic detectors mainly include flame ionization detector (FID), thermionic ionization detector (TID), photoionization detector (PID), electron-capture detector (ECD.

The two most commonly recognized smoke detection technologies are ionization smoke detection and photoelectric smoke detection. Ionization smoke alarms are generally more responsive to flaming fires.

How they work: Ionization-type smoke alarms have a small amount of radioactive material between two electrically charged plates, which ionizes the air and causes current to flow between the plates.

Measurements of gain and noise in a thermionic detector (with an electrostatically shielded region) using Rb and K vapor are described. An approximate theory for space‐charge limited operation is developed and found to agree with by:. Ina paper titled “Photoelectric And Ionization Detectors - A Review Of The Literature”1 put forth the following propositions: 1.

That ionization detectors were potentially inadequate at detecting smoke from smoldering fires, 2. That this phenomena had been observed in research that was available in the published literature, Size: KB.Choosing Between Photoelectric, Ionization and Dual Sensing Smoke Alarms The First Alert Store understands the significance of selecting the appropriate First Alert Smoke Alarm to safeguard families from the many dangers associated with the presence of smoke and fire.

First Alert Smoke Detectors utilize differing technologies to achieve the very best result in offering steadfast protection.ASTM E() Standard Practice for Testing Nitrogen/Phosphorus Thermionic Ionization Detectors for Use In Gas Chromatography.

standard by ASTM International, 10/01/ View .