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Chromatography Gas- GC

Gas chromatography (GC) or gas-liquid chromatography (GLC) is a distribution chromatography that is widely used as an analytical method for separating mixtures into individual chemical compounds. GC is only applicable to components that are gaseous or can be vaporized. In this type of chromatography, an inert gas is used as the mobile phase, usually nitrogen, helium or hydrogen. The carrier gas is forced through a tube or capillary with a defined internal diameter, the so-called column. The column is either made of metal (in the case of older columns) or of quartz glass coated to increase break resistance (nowadays the rule). It is lined on the inside with a defined stationary phase, often with viscous polyorganosiloxanes.

Chromatography Gas- GC

Gas chromatography (GC) or gas-liquid chromatography (GLC) is a distribution chromatography that is widely used as an analytical method for separating mixtures into individual chemical compounds. GC is only applicable to components that are gaseous or can be vaporized. In this type of chromatography, an…

Gas chromatography (GC) or gas-liquid chromatography (GLC) is a distribution chromatography that is widely used as an analytical method for separating mixtures…


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