gas-liquid chromatography

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gas-liquid chromatography

[′gas ‚lik·wəd ‚krō·mə′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
A form of gas chromatography in which the fixed phase (column packing) is a liquid solvent distributed on an inert solid support. Abbreviated GLC. Also known as gas-liquid partition chromatography.
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