Posted in Gas Chromatography on Jul 22, 2007
Choosing the right column is key in Gas Chromatography. “Columns for Gas Chromatography: Performance and Selection” is a new hands-on reference for scientists and technicians working with packed column and capillary column gas chromatography.
The authors Eugene F. Barry (University of Massachusetts Lowell) and Robert L. Grob (Villanova University) discuss the development, performance, selection, and technology of columns for gas chromatography and include a handy list of packed column separations and guidelines for column selection in Appendices A and B. A subject index completes the book.
Gas Chromatography (GC) is the most widely used method for separating and analyzing a wide variety of organic compounds and gases. There have been many recent advancements in both packed column and capillary column GC. With numerous options and considerations, selecting the right column can be complicated. This resource provides essential guidance for scientists and technicians, including: