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capillary gas chromatography:
Wikipedia: capillary gas chromatography
A separation technique as in gas chromatography but using thin glass or silca capillaries coated with stationary phase (inner diameter: 0.2 - 1 mm, length: 5 - 50 m) gas chromatography
detectors in gas chromatography: FID - flame ionisation detector
MSD - mass spectrometricr detector
WLD - thermal conductivity detector
ECD - electron capture detector
NPD - nitrogen/ phosphorus sensitive detector.
gas chromatography:
Wikipedia: gas chromatography
In gas chromatography an inert gas is used as a mobile phase. The stationary phase usually consists of a high-molecular hydrocarbon which forms a thin film in columns or capillaries.
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