Chromatographie gazeuse

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Basic Gas Chromatography, 2nd Edition
Description: The New Edition of the Well-Regarded Handbook onGas Chromatography. Since the publication of the highly successful first edition of Basic Gas Chromatography, the practice of chromatography has undergone several notable developments. Basic GasChromatography, Second Edition covers the latest in the field, giving readers the most up-to-date guide available, while maintaining the first edition's practical, applied approach to the subject and itsaccessibility to a wide range of readers. The text provides comprehensive coverage of basic topics in the field, such as stationary phases, packed columns and inlets, capillary columns and inlets,detectors, and qualitative and quantitative analysis. At the same time, the coverage also features key additions and updated topics including: Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) Sampling methodsMultidimensional gas chromatography Fast gas chromatography Gas chromatography analysis of nonvolatile compounds Inverse gas chromatography and pyrolysis gas chromatography

Along with these newand updated topics, the references, resources, and Web sites in Basic Gas Chromatography have been revised to reflect the state of the field. Concise and fundamental in its coverage, Basic GasChromatography, Second Edition remains the standard handbook for everyone from undergraduates studying analytical chemistry to working industrial chemists.


Preface To The Second Edition.Preface. Acknowledgments. 1 Introduction. A Brief History. Defi Nitions. Overview: Advantages And Disadvantages. Instrumentation. References. 2 Instrument Overview. Carrier Gas. Flow Control AndMeasurement. Sample Inlets And Sampling Devices. Columns. Temperature Zones. Detectors. Data Systems. References. 3 Basic Concepts And Terms. Defi Nitions, Terms, And Symbols. The Rate Theory. A Redefi Nition...