The optimization of chromatographic methodology starts with the column selection. In this guide, discover the latest advice on how to choose the best GC column for your analysis. Based on four significant factors, column selection is different for each type of analysis. Download the guide today, and keep the advice to hand.
In this third edition eBook, we present a guide to all the key considerations when purchasing the best GC columns to meet your lab’s needs. Gas chromatography is an analytical separating technique used to separate volatile and semi-volatile substances from complex mixtures. The method consists of a gaseous mobile phase, usually an inert carrier gas, such as helium, and a liquid stationary phase adsorbed onto an inert cylindrical solid support called a column.
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