Flow, Pressure, and Temperature Calibration

In this first of a two-part installment, John Hinshaw discusses the relative effects that inlet pressures and oven temperatures have o­n capillary gas chromatography.

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In last month’s installment of “GC Connections,” John Hinshaw discussed how peak retention times depend upon relationships between pre s s u re, flow rate, oven temperature , column dimensions, and stationary phase. This concluding installment of a two-part series discusses the effects that column variability has o­n isothermal capillary gas c h romatography and e x p l o res instrument calibration with the goal of maximizing instrument-toinstrument similarity of retention times.

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Author(s):
John V. Hinshaw .

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jorg gray said...

In this first of a two-part installment, John Hinshaw discusses the relative effects that inlet pressures and oven temperatures have o­n capillary gas chromatography. Magnaflux