capillary column

capillary column

[′kap·ə‚ler·ē ‚käl·əm]
(analytical chemistry)
One of the long, narrow (100 meters by 0.2-0.5 millimeter or 330 feet by 0.008-0.02 inch) columns used for capillary gas chromatography. Also known as open tubular column.
References in classic literature ?
One soul is a counterpoise of all souls, as a capillary column of water is a balance for the sea.
The familiar experiment called the hydrostatic paradox, in which a capillary column of water balances the ocean, is a symbol of the relation of one man to the whole family of men.
P/ACE(tm) MDQ capillary electrophoresis and an uncoated fused silica capillary column (60.2 cm x 50 um I.D, effective length 50 cm, USA Beckman-Coulter (CA,USA))were used to determine the polysaccharide-protein interaction.
Analysis of polystyrene latex sample with capillary column GC: Just as in the GC column packed, validation, qualitative, and quantitative analysis of the residual styrene monomer was performed
A capillary column HP-5 (30 m x 0.32 mm i.d) by a layer thickness of 0.25 um (J and W Scientific Corporation, USA) was utilized thought the learning.
After splitting in the four-port valve, the flow entered the capillary column under constant supplementary pressure controlled by a back-pressure regulator [26].
Analysis of all samples was performed on an Agilent 7890A GC equipped with an HP-5ms capillary column (30 m x 0.25 mm internal diameter, 0.25 [micro]m, Agilent Technologies).
Separation was achieved on an RTX 65-TG capillary column with a 65% phenyl methyl silicone HT (TG) stationary phase (Restek, Bellefonte, CA, USA) (l = 30 m, i.d.
This study was conducted using a triple quadrupole GCMS configured with a capillary column designed specifically for the analysis of semi-volatile analytes.
A capillary column is brought to equilibrium with a plateau concentration of the solvent and then an additional pulse of the solvent is introduced and the resulting peak is numerically analyzed for the solubility and diffusivity.