A gas Chromatographic method was developed which is suitable for work at temperatures up to 1000°.
Zinc and cadmium vapors were separated by gas adsorption chromatography at 850°.
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Sokolov, D.N., Baidarovtseva, M.A. & Vakin, N.A. Gas chromatographic separation of metal vapors. Russ Chem Bull 17, 1320–1321 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01106300
- Chromatographic Separation
- Chromatographic Method