(GSC), or a liquid on an inert support, termed gas-liquid chromatography (GLC). In organic chemistry, liquid-solid column chromatography is frequently used to separate organic compounds in solution. Among the various types of gas chromatography, gas-liquid chromatography is the method most commonly used to separate organic compounds. The combination of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry is a vital tool in the identification of molecules. A typical gas chromatography comprises an injection port, a column, carrier gas flow control equipment, ovens and heaters for maintaining temperatures of the injection port and the column, an integrator chart recorder and a detector. The book, Advanced Gas Chromatography, is intended to cover numerous facets of applications ranging from basic biological, biomedical applications to industrial applications. The book analyse new developments in chromatographic columns, micro extraction techniques, derivatisation techniques and pyrolysis techniques. The book also focuses on various features of basic chromatography techniques and is appropriate for both young and advanced chromatographers. It includes some new developments in chromatography. This book is an invaluable tool for chemists as well as non-chemists employed in gas chromatography.

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Author(s)Andrianna Coty
Publish YearMarch 2017