TS Analysis in FAME Products with the TS7000 According to ASTM Method D5453
Traditionally, combustion and Ultra Violet Fluorescence (UV-F) have been used for accurate analysis of sulfur in motor fuels as per ASTM Method D5453. However, even an optimized detector may identify nitrogen as nitrogen oxide, which emits at the same wavelength as sulfur dioxide, resulting in inaccurate analysis. This Application Note describes the total sulfur analysis of Fatty Acid Methyl Ester (FAME) samples on the EST Analytical TS 7000 instrument as per ASTM Method D5453.
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