Dual Channel Gas Chromatography
The term “dual channel gas chromatography” refers to a special class of multichannel gas chromatography. The term as we use it today means the use of two detectors for examining the column effluent. It was first used by Dr. James Lovelock, who has shown simultaneous chromatograms of chlorinated substances obtained with an electron capture detector and an argon detector I1]. In addition to showing two chromatograms, dual channel gas chromatography offers more than twice the qualitative and quantitative information than is available in a single channel system.
KeywordsElectron Capture Electron Capture Detector Dual Channel Dimethyl Trisulfide Methyl Cinnamate
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