Two-stage preparative gas chromatography
Two (multi-) stage schemes for preparative gas chromatography were proposed. The use of such schemes permits a sharp increase in the frequency of introduction of the sample to be separated and in the output of the preparative separation.
The practical value of the method was demonstrated for a number of examples of preparative separation of organic and organosilicon compounds.
KeywordsChromatography Sharp Increase Stage Scheme Organosilicon Compound Preparative Separation
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