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Development of a Miniature Gas Chromatograph (mu CAD) with Sample Enrichment, Programmed Temperature GC and Plasma Emission Detection (PED)

(2009) LC GC EUROPE. 22(3).
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A miniature gas chromatograph incorporating a miniaturized chemical trap for enrichment, rapid thermal desorption of the trap, a resistively heated capillary column for programmed GC analysis and a micro-chip-based plasma emission detector (PED) is described. The sampling and chromatographic conditions for the analysis of volatile compounds in air are presented. The performance of the mu CAD is illustrated in the universal (carbon) mode and for the selective detection of chlorinated and organo-mercury compounds. Detection limits (DLs) are at the sub-mu g/L level in the carbon mode and 10 ng/L for organo-mercury compounds.

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Sandra, Patrick, Bart Tienpont, Frank David, and Wim Witdouck. 2009. “Development of a Miniature Gas Chromatograph (mu CAD) with Sample Enrichment, Programmed Temperature GC and Plasma Emission Detection (PED).” Lc Gc Europe 22 (3): 112.
APA
Sandra, P., Tienpont, B., David, F., & Witdouck, W. (2009). Development of a Miniature Gas Chromatograph (mu CAD) with Sample Enrichment, Programmed Temperature GC and Plasma Emission Detection (PED). LC GC EUROPE, 22(3), 112.
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Sandra P, Tienpont B, David F, Witdouck W. Development of a Miniature Gas Chromatograph (mu CAD) with Sample Enrichment, Programmed Temperature GC and Plasma Emission Detection (PED). LC GC EUROPE. 2009;22(3):112.
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Sandra, Patrick, Bart Tienpont, Frank David, et al. “Development of a Miniature Gas Chromatograph (mu CAD) with Sample Enrichment, Programmed Temperature GC and Plasma Emission Detection (PED).” LC GC EUROPE 22.3 (2009): 112. Print.
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  abstract     = {A miniature gas chromatograph incorporating a miniaturized chemical trap for enrichment, rapid thermal desorption of the trap, a resistively heated capillary column for programmed GC analysis and a micro-chip-based plasma emission detector (PED) is described. The sampling and chromatographic conditions for the analysis of volatile compounds in air are presented. The performance of the mu CAD is illustrated in the universal (carbon) mode and for the selective detection of chlorinated and organo-mercury compounds. Detection limits (DLs) are at the sub-mu g/L level in the carbon mode and 10 ng/L for organo-mercury compounds.},
  author       = {Sandra, Patrick and Tienpont, Bart and David, Frank and Witdouck, Wim},
  issn         = {1471-6577},
  journal      = {LC GC EUROPE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  title        = {Development of a Miniature Gas Chromatograph (mu CAD) with Sample Enrichment, Programmed Temperature GC and Plasma Emission Detection (PED)},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2009},
}

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