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1. Introduction and Historical Background
2. Overview and Comparison with Gas Chromatography
5. Inlets and Sampling
Frank Dorman and Benedikt Alexander Weggler
6. Detectors and Basic Data Analysis
Luigi Mondello and Peter Tranchida
7. Advanced Data Handling
Rob Synovec, Kelsey Berrier, Nicholas Moore, and Sarah Prebihalo
8. Example Applications
9. Additional Resources and Bibliography
Basic Multidimensional Gas Chromatography is aimed at the next generation of multidimensional gas chromatography users who will require basic training in the fundamentals of both GC and GCxGC. This book fills the current need for an inexpensive, straightforward guidebook to get new users started. It will help new users determine when to add or purchase a multidimensional system and teach them to optimize and maximize the capability of each system. Readers will also learn to select specific modes for each portion of a multidimensional analysis. This ideal resource is a concise, hard-hitting text that provides the facts needed to get users up and running.
- Provides a comprehensive and fundamental introduction to multidimensional gas chromatography
- Assists readers in determining when to add or purchase a multidimensional system
- Explains how a given system can be used to its maximum capacity and how users should choose specific modes for different portions of multidimensional analysis
New users, managers, trainers and trainees in analytical science that wish to use multidimensional GC techniques. It will provide a quick and fundamental introduction to the various aspects of multidimensional GC, especially as they differ from traditional GC
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 1st April 2020
- Academic Press
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Professor Nicholas Snow is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. He has almost 30 years’ experience with gas chromatography and has published 60 papers and book chapters relating to gas chromatography. His work is mainly focused on helping working scientists use advanced techniques such as GC-MS and GCXGC.
Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Seton Hall University, South Orange, USA