An Inexpensive, Dual-Detector Gas Chromatograph Suitable for Temperature Programming
A gas chromatograph has been developed which can be built with simple shop facilities out of parts costing about $100.00. The instrument incorporates both thermistor and filament detectors, permits temperature programming, and affords a very stable base line. The instrument could also accommodate high-temperature gas chromatography, up to the softening point of silver solder—over 500°C.
KeywordsSteel Plate Stainless Steel Tube Softening Point Galvanize Steel Bottom Section
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