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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

HAMILTON Bonaduz AG, Switzerland

We manufacture products to handle smallest amounts of liquids. Microliter syringes, pipettes, dilutors, pipetting robots, complete analysers as well as electrodes, HPLC and GC columns belong to our assortment. more

Agilent Technologies Sales & Services GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Agilent T. is a global diversified technology company that serves markets that include communications, electronics and life sciences. more

WICOM Germany GmbH, Germany

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Bye-bye gas cylinders – produce your own carrier and detector gases for your GC-FID at up to 1350 mL/min

DBS FID gas station √ Hydrogen and zero air at the push of a button √ Suitable for all GC applications √ Compact design √ Cost-effective alternative to high-pressure cylinders √ more

New Standards in Gas Chromatography

The GC-2030 NEXIS stands for ‘Next Industry Standard’ . Meeting this demand requires a clear view on present day GC requirements more

Analytix Reporter - the Supelco® Analytical Journal

The Supelco Analytix Reporter is a quarterly journal addressing all aspects of analytical workflows from sample preparation, via calibration & qualification to analysis and data processing. more

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News Gas Chromatography

  • The 'flying' gas chromatograph

    The basis of the airborne laboratory complex is the gas microchromatograph, developed by the scientists of Samara University. The portable device weighs a little more than a kilogram and it completely replaces bulky laboratory devices. It can provide accurate data on the composition of the atmospher more

  • What the Smell Can Tell

    Breath analysis in disease diagnostics is a promising research field, and the advances in instrumentation allows the accurate detection of metabolites. But not only the health status of patients, but also the preservation status of museum artifacts could be monitored. Heritage science researchers ha more

  • Agilent Technologies Receives Multiple Awards at Scientific Conference in China

    Agilent Technologies announced that it received three awards at the Annual Conference of China Scientific Instruments (ACCSI) 2017 in Nanjing, China. Agilent received the following awards: Green Product of the Year, Most Popular Scientific Instrument, and Most Influential Foreign Manufacturer. Thi more

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New Standards in Gas Chromatography

Nexis GC-2030 - The Next Industry Standard The GC-2030 NEXIS stands for ‘Next Industry Standard’ . Meeting this demand requires a clear view on present day GC requirements. Gas chromatography is used in all areas of research and development that ultimately enrich but also influence our daily life t more

Super-Charging GC´s World-Wide!

The “Fluidless” Column Oven (FCO) is a device that can easily be installed in any GC or GC/MS for Fast analyses. How fast? Using the Standard-FCO analyses are up to 10 times faster than a conventional air bath oven. To achieve such speeds this unique device places a steady-state temperature profile more

GC Time-of-flight Mass Spectrometer

LECO's latest innovation in GC-MS is the LECO Pegasus BT - enabling qualitative and quantitative analysis of known and unknown substances in one run. The Pegasus BT benchtop instrument combines a new, compact time-of-flight mass spectrometer with the powerful ChromaTOF software and the Agilent 8890 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

The Philae Lander

You’ve probably heard the great news over the weekend that the European Space Agency’s Philae lander has awoken from its 7 month slumber on Comet 67P, and is once again relaying collected data back to Earth. You might have less of an idea, however, of what this data is, and why it’s important. This more

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q&more articles Gas Chromatography

  • Colorful off-odors in artists’ paints

    Acrylic-based paints are among the most frequently used by artists. Although they can be produced on a water basis and with low levels of volatile substances, they often still possess a strong inherent smell. However, no targeted studies have as yet been conducted to identify odor-active substances in acrylic paints. more

  • 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

  • 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

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Authors Gas Chromatography

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry

Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC/MS) is a method that combines the features of gas-liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry to identify different substances within a test sample. Applications of ... more

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