Gas ChromatographyEdited by
- Colin Poole, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA
university and industrial libraries and individual professionals in different fields who currently use gas chromatography or need to enforce their knowledge of the techniques for project planning and execution.
Hardbound, 688 Pages
Published: June 2012
1 Milestones in the Development of Gas Chromatography; 2 Theory; 3 Column Technology (Open-Tubular Columns); 4 Column Technology (Packed Columns); 5 Gas-Solid Chromatography (PLOT columns); 6 Column Characterization and Method Development; 7 Multidimensional and Comprehensive Gas Chromatography; 8 Sample Introduction Methods; 9 Headspace Gas Chromatography; 10 Thermal Desorption Methods; 11 Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography; 12 Detectors; 13 Hyphenated Spectroscopic Detectors; 14 Hyphetenad Plasma-Based Detectors; 15 Field and Portable Instruments; 16 Preparative Gas Chromatography; 17 Data Analysis Methods; 18 Validation of Gas Chromatographic Methods; 19 Quantitative Structure-Retention Relationships; 20 Physicochemical Measurements (Inverse Gas Chromatography); 21 Separation of Enantiomers; 22 Essential Oils and Fragrances; 23 Lipids; 24 Metabonomics; 25 Forensic Applications; 26 Multiresidue Methods for Pesticides and Related Contaminants in Food; 27 Chemical Warfare Agents; 28 Environmental Analysis: Persistent and Emerging Contaminants; 29 Pheromones; 30 Wine and Spirits; 31 Space Exploration