Chromatographia

, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp 86–91 | Cite as

Gas chromatography for space research

  • Brazhnikov V. V. 
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Summary

Different chromatographic methods can be used in the process of studying various space objects. This paper reviews application possibilities of gas chromatography for space research, for instance, for detection of life on other plantes. Exobiological experiments using gas chromatography methods are described. Principle requirements chromatographs for space studies are reviewed.

Keywords

Chromatography Analytical Chemistry Organic Chemistry Chromatographic Method Space Object 

Die Gas-Chromatographie im Dienste der Raumforschung

Zusammenfassung

Es können verschiedene chromatographische Methoden zur Untersuchung verschiedenartiger Weltraum Objekte eingesetzt werden. Die vorliegende Arbeit gibt einen Überblick über die Anwendungs-möglichkeiten der Gas-Chromatographie in der Raumforschung, zum Beispiel zum Nachweis von Leben auf anderen Planeten. Es werden exobiologische Experimente mit gas-chromatographischen Methoden beschrieben. Die wesentlichen Anforderungen an Chromatographen für die Raumforschung werden aufgeführt.

La chromatographie en phase gazeuse au service de la recherche spatiale

Sommaire

Des méthodes chromatographiques différentes peuvent être employées pour l'étude d'objets spatiaux variés. Le présent travail passe en revue les possibilités d'application de la chromatographie en phase gazeuse pour la recherche spatiale, par exemple pour la détection de vie sur d'autres planètes. On décrit des expériences exobiologiques utilisant la chromatographie en phase gazeuse. Les exigences principales caractéristiques exigées pour des chromatographes utilisables en recherche spatiale sont mises en évidence.

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  • Brazhnikov V. V. 
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  1. 1.Institute of Space Research AS USSRMoscow

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