• Rudolf Kaiser


During recent years gas chromatography has developed into the most effective of the chromatographic analytical methods. With its aid qualitative and quantitative separations and determinations can be carried out on mixtures of any substances which vaporize without decomposition under the conditions of gas chromatography or which can be decomposed in a reproducible manner. This includes all organic and inorganic substances with definite boiling points, all substances capable of being converted into stable end-products, and all those substances which, although originally not covered by these terms, can be converted into vaporizable or decomposable derivatives.


Retention Volume Reproducible Manner Frontal Analysis Elution Technique Tricresyl Phosphate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rudolf Kaiser
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  1. 1.Badische Anilin- und Sodafabrik AG LudwigshafenGermany

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