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The capability of hyphenating the TGA or STA to an FTIR, MS, or GCMS, provides scientists the ability to identify and study low levels of materials in highly complex matrices such as oil contamination in soil, and trace impurities in foods and leachable materials from pharmaceutical packaging not previously possible.
The idea behind hyphenating a phrase in front of a noun is to let readers see it as a single thought, not as separate words.