Chromatographic Separation

Chromatographic Separation

A gas chromatograph is an instrument which separates chemical components in a mixed sample by column. The sample is evaporated in an injector heated at about 200 to 300 °C. The evaporated sample transferred to a column is separated into each component during movingas it moves through it with carrier gas. A mass spectrometer is one of the GC detectors of GC.

 

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