capillary gas chromatography


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capillary gas chromatography

[′kap·ə‚ler·ē ¦gas krō·mə′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
A highly efficient type of gas chromatography in which the gaseous sample passes through capillary tubes with internal diameters between 0.2 and 0.5 millimeter and lengths up to 100 meters, and adsorption takes place on a medium that is spread on the inner walls of these tubes.
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None of the methods outlined uses capillary gas chromatography.
The author shares his many years of experience in technical support for gas chromatography users, addressing the most common problems, questions and misconceptions in capillary gas chromatography.
Introduction to Capillary Gas Chromatography - Basic but Essential Definitions and Equations - Capillary GC Columns: Tubing - Capillary GC Columns: Stationary Phases - Capillary GC Columns: Dimensions - Carrier Gas - Operation and Maintenance of Injectors - Operation and Maintenance of Detectors - Column Installation - Column Test Mixtures - Causes and Prevention of Column Damage - Troubleshooting Capillary GC Systems
Operating conditions for capillary gas chromatography Gas HP 6890 (F.
Entrants will be judged by a committee of peers, with the award going to the young chromatographer presenting the most original and interesting research in capillary gas chromatography, with a focus on environmental and food safety.
NYSE: A) today announced that it has signed a merger agreement with J&W Scientific, the world's largest manufacturer and supplier of capillary gas chromatography (GC) columns.
Quantitation of pancuronium, 3-desacetylpancuronium, vecuronium, 3-desacetylvecuronium, pipecuronium and 3-desacetlypipecuronium in biological fluids by capillary gas chromatography using nitrogen-sensitive detection.
A classical procedure for their profiling involves ethyl acetate extraction of acidified urine, oxime-trimethylsilyl derivatization of the dried extract, and capillary gas chromatography (GC) with or without mass spectrometry (MS) [1, 2].