gas chromatograph


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gas chromatograph

n.
An instrument used in gas chromatography to separate a sample of a volatile substance into its components.
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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global gas chromatograph market for 2016-2020.
Therefore, using a gas chromatograph to determine the HCDP using an EOS provides additional valuable information from already required equipment.
Yet so far, the surface compounds identified by the gas chromatograph are the same as those detected in the upper atmosphere, which had been characterized by an infrared spectrometer on the orbiting Cassini spacecraft.
The GCX is the only gas chromatograph with FOUNDATION Fieldbus certification and becomes the eighth Rosemount Analytical device and 20th Fisher-Rosemount device to join the Fieldbus Foundation family of interoperable devices.
GC/MS analysis uses a gas chromatograph to separate compounds, after which the effluent is ionized by electron bombardment and the ions are separated by mass and counted.
Modernization of the gas chromatograph Shimadzu GC-2010 (2010 of the year, head 020384870218US) by installing a flame ionization detector and evaporator with gas flow controllers
The C2V-200 micro gas chromatograph is a tested, versatile engineering prototype of a one-channel GC module that achieves analysis in 10 to 30 seconds.
The Cure-Point-Pyrolyzer can be installed or removed from the gas chromatograph in minutes.
He and his colleagues hitched a gas chromatograph, which separates scent components, to equipment that measures nerve impulses in insect antennae.
Contract award notice: Purchase of gas chromatograph coupled with tandem quadrupole mass spectrometry (gc-qqq-ms / ms).
The company said it drew on its 50-plus years of experience with gas chromatograph technologies to give the device significant performance enhancements over previous generation products.
Following pyrolysis, the fragments are transferred by the carrier gas into the gas chromatograph for separation and detection.
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