Gas Chromatography

This unit explains how sample components can be separated by gas chromatography. It discusses the basic principles of the gas chromatography process and describes the major parts of a typical gas chromatography system, including an autosampler, packed columns, capillary columns, a flame ionization detector (FID), and a data system. It describes the major steps of a chromatographic analysis, including sample preparation and injection, sample separation, component detection, and data processing. It also discusses the basic features of a typical gas chromatogram and describes how the information presented on a gas chromatogram is used for qualitative and quantitative analysis.



Duration: 0.8 hours