OC, EC, IC – by Temperature dependent differentiation
In case different C fractions need to be determined. Samples are positioned at different heights in the combustion furnace. Each height has a different temperature. The first peak measured at 400°C is the OC value, the second peak at 600°C is the EC value and the last value at 900°C is for IC. The advantage of this
Skalar technique is that it is very fast, because there is no need to heat or cool down the furnace.