Gas Chromatography

Gas Chromatography

A gas chromatograph (GC) is an analytical instrument that measures the content of various components in a sample. The analysis performed by a gas chromatograph is called gas chromatography. 

Principle of gas chromatography: The sample solution injected into the instrument enters a gas stream which transports the sample into a separation tube known as the "column." (Helium or nitrogen is used as the so-called carrier gas.) The various components are separated inside the column. The detector measures the quantity of the components that exit the column. To measure a sample with an unknown concentration, a standard sample with known concentration is injected into the instrument. The standard sample peak retention time (appearance time) and area are compared to the test sample to calculate the concentration. 

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Nexis GC-2030

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GC-2010 Pro

The GC-2010 Pro represents a new generation in Routine GC. Fast oven heating and cooling reduces the analysis time and allow high sample throughput. Based on GC-2010 Plus technology, it combines easy operation with efficient analysis and excellence in sensitivity and precision.


GC-2025 Energy-Saving Gas Chromatograph ...


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Nexis SCD-2030

The Nexis™ SCD-2030 is a next-generation sulfur chemiluminescence detection system.

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