A Gas Chromatograph with Plasma Reactor
A plasma reactor has been developed, which is inserted into a gas-chromatographic flow system so that any effluent emerging from the first column can be routed through the plasma and the resulting products separated in a second column. Plasma processing is based, typically, on a weak, β-stimulated argon discharge, and a variety of doping gases can be added to provide different chemical environments. The resulting product patterns are characteristic of the compounds processed and can serve analytical or physiochemical ends. © 1978 Springer Verlag.
W. A. Aue et al., "A Gas Chromatograph with Plasma Reactor," Microchimica Acta, vol. 69, no. 1 - 2, pp. 193-200, Springer Verlag, Jan 1978.
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01 Jan 1978