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Gas Chromatography

Still hot: gas chromatography has been around for some time but has constantly been improved. Today’s instruments are more rapid and sensitive and are able to work with a variety of detectors. Coupled with mass spectrometers (GC-MS), gas chromatographs can not only separate the substances in mixtures but also easily identify and quantify them. For several industry applications combination systems are available that, for example, also encompass TG and LC.

Companies Gas Chromatography

Gerstel GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Family-owned in the second generation since its founding in 1967, GERSTEL is focused on developing and producing systems and solutions for chemical analysis. The main focus is on automated sample preparation for Gas Chromatography / Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) and Liquid Chromatography / Mass Spectrom more

ECH Elektrochemie Halle GmbH, Germany

ECH Elektrochemie Halle GmbH is an independent enterprise founded in 1992. Our headquarters is located in the technology park "weinberg campus" in Halle (Saale). We are a medium-sized, owner-managed company. ECH develops and produces analytical instruments for laboratory analytics, online monitorin more

AR2i, France

AR2i France: general labware and chromatography instruments The company AR2i resells general labware and chromatography instruments (Thin-Layer Chromatography) in France, Germany and almost worldwide. We have a full range of high-quality products: TLC equipment from deposit to quantitative device more

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Products Gas Chromatography

VICI Valco/Cheminert catalog – Valves, fittings, capillaries, GC detectors & columns

The VICI Valco/Cheminert catalog is an essential tool for every Chromatography user more

Flexible EA-IRMS platform that grows with your needs

Low cost of ownership ✓ outstanding quality data on small sample size ✓ for uncovering real sample's history more

Mass Flow Control Redefined

Multi-parameter measurement: flow, temperature, and pressure in one instrument ✓ Superior accuracy through onboard gas database and real time conversion ✓ Adaptable to many applications through wide dynamic range of measurement and control ✓ more

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News Gas Chromatography

  • Mirror image molecules reveal drought stress in forests

    Worldwide, plants emit about 100 million tonnes of monoterpenes into the atmosphere each year. These volatile organic molecules include many fragrances such as the molecule pinene – known for its pine fresh scent. Since these molecules are highly reactive and can form tiny aerosol particles that can more

  • Rethinking indoor air chemistry

    People typically spend 90 percent of their lives inside, at home, at work or in transport. Within these enclosed spaces, occupants are exposed to a multitude of chemicals from various sources, including outdoor pollutants penetrating indoors, gaseous emissions from building materials and furnishings more

  • Researchers reveal oxygenate-based routes in syngas conversion over oxide-zeolite bifunctional catalysts

    A research team led by Prof. HOU Guangjin and Prof. BAO Xinhe from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has revealed the oxygenate-based routes in syngas conversion over oxide–zeolite (OXZEO) bifunctional catalysts by solid-state Nuclear Magnetic R more

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Infographics Gas Chromatography

Why Does Asparagus Make Urine Smell?

The latest food chemistry graphic looks at the chemistry of asparagus – specifically, why it causes the urine of some (but not all) people to smell. Over the past forty years several papers have been published on the subject, and several studies undertaken, to try and determine the chemical compound more

q&more articles Gas Chromatography

  • Staying power

    Geoscientists, biologists and chemists at the University of Tübingen are working in collaboration with IFAM (Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials in Bremen, Germany) to uncover the workings of insect surface adhesion. The goal of this project is the synthesis of an adhesive based on insect secretions. more

  • A Complex Mixture

    Once only of academic interest, the combination of liquid chromatographic separation with subsequent separation in the gas-phase is proving to be suitable for routine use. In routine laboratory work, the method continues to present a major challenge, above all with regard to precision, repeatability and robustness. A sophisticated coupling of methods can offer decisive advantages, through a greater degree of automation. more

  • Pollutants in ocean-floor sediment

    What kinds of contaminants are enriched in sediment – and are these then absorbed by the organisms that live there? What role do microplastics play? To answer these questions, Professor Gesine Witt’s team is using pollutant samplers made from silicone-coated glass fibre to investigate the sea floor. And not just as research for research’s sake but because the protection of our environment is a top priority. more

Authors Gas Chromatography

  • Patrick Bauer

    Patrick Bauer, born in 1992, studied food chemistry at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and passed his first state examination in 2016, after which he began work on his doctoral thesis at the Aroma and Smell Research Chair of Professor Andrea Büttner. In the course of this more

  • Prof. Dr. Ralf Zimmermann

    Ralf Zimmermann, born in 1963, received his doctorate in 1995 from the TU Munich/Weihenstephan in chemistry und from 1997 on headed the department “Environmental Chemistry and Process Analytics” at the BIfA (Bavarian Institute of Applied Environmental Science and Technology) and “Analytical Laser Ma more

  • Rüdiger Ohlendorf

    Rüdiger Ohlendorf, born in 1959, studied chemical engineering with a focus on instrumental analysis at the Münster University of Applied Sciences. After working at ISAS (Institute for Spectrochemistry and Applied Spectroscopy) and at Schering AG, he moved on to the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanst more

Definition

Gas chromatography ion detector

Gas chromatography ion detector Many GC detectors are ion detectors with varying methods of ionizing the components eluting from the GC 's column. Principle of Operation An ion detector is analogous to a capacitor or vacuum tube . It can be ... more

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