FPD

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AcronymDefinition
FPDFlat Panel Display
FPDFoundation for Professional Development (South Africa)
FPDFire Protection District
FPDFlame Photometric Detector (Gas Chromatography)
FPDFront Panel Display
FPDFlash Pen Drive
FPDFox Pro for Dos
FPDFloating Point Division
FPDFull Page Display
FPDForward per Domain
FPDField-Programmable Device
FPDFluid Power Design (various companies)
FPDFlawless Project Delivery (various locations)
FPDFederal Public Defender
FPDFocal Plane Detector (physics)
FPDForeign Parts Distributors (Hialeah, FL)
FPDFaculty Professional Development (various locations)
FPDFood Product Development
FPDFall Prevention Device (maritime safety)
FPDFree Prize Draw (contest; various companies)
FPDFixed Partial Denture
FPDForest Products Division (various locations)
FPDFriends of the Peak District (UK)
FPDFacilities Planning Department (various organizations)
FPDFlowserve Pump Division (various locations)
FPDFresno Police Department (California)
FPDFirst Professional Degree
FPDFacility Planning Document (various organizations)
FPDForeign Post Differential (US DoD)
FPDFood Product Design
FPDFine-Pitch Device
FPDFuture Product Development
FPDFormer Plasma Donor
FPDFinance and Procurement Desktop (US Coast Guard)
FPDForce Protection Detachment
FPDFreezing Point Depressant (aircraft deicing / anti-icing fluids)
FPDFeet Per Day
FPDFirst Payment Default
FPDFrederick Police Department (Maryland)
FPDFlagstaff Police Department (Arizona)
FPDFilms and Publications Department (Singapore)
FPDFluoropolymers Division (The Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc trade organization)
FPDFirst Person Driver (gaming)
FPDFargo Police Department (Fargo, ND, USA)
FPDFull-Power Day
FPDFarrier Product Distribution (Shelbyville, KY)
FPDFlint Police Department (Michigan)
FPDFederação Paulista de Disco
FPDFasting Plasma Glucose
FPDFlight Planning Document
FPDFerndale Police Department (Washington)
FPDFriendswood Police Department (Texas)
FPDForeign Procurement Department (Afghanistan)
FPDFabrication and Prototype Design
FPDFunctional Purchase Description
FPDFirst Payment Date
FPDFalse Packet Detection
FPDFacility Project Deficiency
FPDFinancial and Private Sector Department (World Bank Group)
FPDFoundations for People Development (Philippines)
FPDFloor Plan Data Sheet
FPDFreight Payable At Destination (logistics)
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The instruments segment is further classified down to systems and types of detectors, namely flame ionization detectors, thermal conductivity detectors, electron capture detector (ECD), photo ionization detector (PID), nitrogen phosphorous detector (NPD), flame photometric detector, and mass detectors.
The pulsed flame photometric detector (PFPD) is uniquely suited to this analysis because of its unambiguous sulfur recognition, increased sensitivity and equimolar sulfur response.
Several types of detectors are used in gas chromatography, including the flame ionization detector (FID), the flame photometric detector (FPD) and the thermal conductivity detector (TCD).
The SCD and NCD detectors expand the portfolio of sulfur and nitrogen measurement offerings that Agilent currently provides such as the flame photometric detector (FPD) and the nitrogen phosphorus detector (NPD).
As Mike Duffy, Laboratory Products Product Line Manager at OI Analytical explains regarding the applications for OI's Model 5380 Pulsed Flame Photometric Detector (PFPD) for total sulfur detection in gasoline, PFPD is "predominantly used for research or troubleshooting in the plants when things go wrong and they need more information than is supplied by a total sulfur analyzer.
Model 5380 Pulse Flame Photometric Detector (PFPD)is optimized for the selective detection of sulfur and phos-phorus compounds, as well as 28 specific elements.
The flame photometric detector (FPD) combusts the GC eluent in a H2 rich flame.
The sulfur specific pulsed flame photometric detector can operate almost indefinitely with little or no maintenance.
Yet many other methods exist, including hydrogenolysis, rateometric colorimetry, energy dispersive XRF (EDXRF) and pulsed flame photometric detector (PFPD).