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Quality-Control Analytical Methods: Gas Chromatography

Author(s):  Kupiec Thomas C

Issue:  Jul/Aug 2004 - Wound Care
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Abstract:  Chromatography is an analytical technique based on the separation of molecules due to differences in their structure and/or composition. In this article, the author discusses practical aspects of gas chromatography theory, samples and sample preparation, hardware (injectors, carrier gas, column/stationary phase, oven detector and recorder), quantitative analysis and validation. Figures show a schematic of a gas chromatograph and an example chromatogram illustrating gas chromatography analysis of menthol with decanol used as an internal standard.

Related Keywords: Chromatography, gas, quality-control analytical methods for, Gas chromatography, quality-control analytical methods for, Kupiec, Tom, PhD, Quality control, analytical methods for gas chromatography

Related Categories: QUALITY CONTROL

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