Simultaneous Gas Chromatography and Radioactivity Analysis: Instrumentation, Calibration, and Application
An instrument for simultaneous gas chromatography and radioactivity analysis is described. The ion chamber used for the radioactivity measurement is contained in the same temperature-controlled oven as the normal chromatography detector, and can be heated to over 300°C. Data are given for both programmed and isothermal column operation at high and low temperatures. Sensitivity, linearity of response, response times, and resolution are discussed for the entire system.
KeywordsPeak Height Mass Peak Chart Speed Geiger Counter Input Peak
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