(redirected from gas chromatography)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Words related to chromatography

a process used for separating mixtures by virtue of differences in absorbency

References in periodicals archive ?
The report has profiled the leading players of this market, along with the developments (New product launches, partnerships, and joint ventures) done by the companies over the past few years and strategies adopted by them to sustain and strengthen their positions in the North America gas chromatography market.
4 History, Evolution, and Optimization Aspects of Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography
From liquid to gas, the ability of the technique has been steadily developed and this text provides a guide and reference to capillary gas chromatography analysis of food, its components and trace contaminants.
VGA-100 gas chromatography detector has been selected by an independent judging panel and the editors of R&D Magazine as a Market Disruptor Product category finalist.
The global gas chromatography market is segmented and forecast on the basis of types and end-users.
Using gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy, the team detected a substance called 2-pentylfuran in the breath of people infected with Aspergillus fumigatus but not in people presumed to be free of infection.
Contract award: gas chromatography mass spectrometry system with automated data collection backup, archiving, indexing and search module for purchase.
The vapor, now rich in the volatile components of the sample, is extracted and analyzed using gas chromatography.
Schantz is the team leader of the Gas Chromatography Team, and S.
However, at the 228th American Chemical Society meeting held in Philadelphia in August 2004, Pedersen further reported that gas chromatography confirmed all 13 compounds to have been eliminated at two pilot plants testing reverse osmosis for contaminant removal.
Gas chromatography: A determination of methanol and higher alcohols in wine by gas chromatography: Preparation of fatty acid methyl esters (fames), and determination of fatty acid profile of oils by gas chromatography.
The sizing efficiency and AKD retention were characterized by the Hercules sizing test and by gas chromatography.
Traditional methods for analyzing taints in foods include instrumental headspace gas chromatography, headspace gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, gas chromatography-sniffing systems and human sensory evalution.
Advanced analytical capabilities using gas chromatography coupled with atomic emission and mass spectral detectors are offered.
Back then, the workhorse of every lab engaged in microsampling for gas chromatography was a 12 x 32 mm glass vial.
Full browser ?