Advances in the determination of volatile organic solvents and other organic pollutants by gas chromatography with thermal desorption sampling and injection
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The problem of the separation of 34 volatile organic chlorinated compounds is solved by using three different GC columns selected according to the needs of the particular separation required. The effect of water vapor contained as moisture in the trapped air on the retention of some characteristic compounds is studied. The influence of dead volumes on trap injection is also studied.
Key WordsOrganic pollutants determination Gas chromatography Thermal desorption
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