capillary gas adsorption chromatography by V.G. Berezkin

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A) Chromatogram of Grob test mixture on the separation column. (b) The same but having uncoated capillary tubing between outlet and detector. (c) The same but having uncoated capillary tubing between injection and column inlet [60]. 30 mm, coated with SE-30 methylsilicone. d. Column temperature: programmed from 40°C at 5"/min. Split injection, 1:25, injector temperature 280 "C. Carrier gas: hydrogen30 cm/s. Peaks: 1 - 2,3-butanediol, 2 - n-decane, 3 - 1-octanol, 4 - 2,6-dimethylphenol, 5 - nonanol, 6 - n-undecane, 7 - 2,6-dimethylaniline, 8 - decanoic acid methyl ester, 9 - dicyclohexylamine, 10 - undecanoic acid methyl ester, 11 - dodecanoic acid methyl ester.

36 Chapter 2 Fig. 2-5, the separation of all 16 hydrocarbons is fairly good. High-speed gas chromatographic analysis of low molecular weight hydrocarbons and some chlorinated methanes with ALOT columns was investigated by Peters and Saks [30]. In their work relatively short length ALOT columns ( 2 . M . O m) are operated with hydrogen carrier gas at an average linear velocity of about 150 cm/s. A highspeed gas value inlet system is used to produce inlet band-widths of less then 5 ms. Also a highspeed electrometer is used for data collection.

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