Introduction to Analytical Gas Chromatography, Revised and Expanded
Covering the principles of chromatographic separation, the chromatographic process from a physical chemical perspective, instrumentation for performing analyses, and operational procedures, this second edition offers information needed for the successful practice of gas chromatography. It contains examples of available apparatus, detectors, columns, stationary phases and operating conditions.
Table of Contents
The mechanisms of retention; peak dispersion; GC columns and their construction; gas chromatography instrumentation; gas chromatography detectors; sample preparation; chromatographic development; qualitative analysis; quantitative analysis; gas chromatography applications.
Scott, Raymond P.W.