Mass spectroscopy in Gas chromatography

A popular method of chromatography used in analytical chemistry for separating and studying substances that may be evaporated without decomposing is gas chromatography (GC). GC is frequently used to determine a substance's purity or to separate the various ingredients in a mixture. GC can be used in preparative chromatography to separate pure substances from a mixture.
Vapor-phase chromatography (VPC) or gas-liquid partition chromatography is other names for gas chromatography (GLPC). In scientific literature, these other names and their corresponding acronyms are commonly used. Two types of gas chromatography are

  • Gas-solid chromatography (GSC)
  • Gas-liquid chromatography (GLC).

 

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