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A gas chromatographic method for analyzing mixtures of hydrocarbon and inorganic gases.
Kim AG; Douglas LJ
J Chromatogr Sci 1973 Dec; 11(12):615-617
Gas samples containing oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, helium, carbon dioxide, methane, and trace amounts of C2 to C2 hydrocarbons are analyzed by a gas chromatographic method that utilizes both thermal conductivity and flame ionization detectors. Porapak and molecular sieve columns are used with argon as the carrier gas. A column selector valve makes it possible to perform a complete analysis either on one 1 ml sample in 40 minutes, or on two 1 ml samples in 20 minutes. Samples are introduced either by on-column injection or through a gas sampling valve. By varying operational parameters, the speed, sensitivity, and accuracy of analysis may be modified.
OP; Journal Article
Issue of Publication
Journal of Chromatographic Science
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