Gas Chromatography-GC

Caitlin Verhalen
Instrumental Chemistry
6 February 2013
Gas Chromatography Portfolio
Gas Chromatography Diagram
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Buck Scientific
CDS Analytical
World Tech Enterprise
Centurion Scientific
GC Research Articles
Migowska, N., Caban, M., Stepnowski, P., & Kumirska. Simultaneous analysis of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and estrogenic hormones in water and wastewater
samples using gas chromatography–mass spectrometry and gas chromatography with
electron capture detection, J. 2012. Science Of The Total Environment, 441, 77-88.
Buszewski, B., Ligor, T., Jezierski, T., Wenda-Piesik, A., Walczak, M., Rudnicka, J.
Identification of volatile lung cancer markers by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry:
comparison with discrimination by canines. 2012. Analytical and Bioanalytical
Chemistry, 404 (1), 141-146.
Perez, R., Tadeo, J., Albero, B., Miguel, E., Sanchez-Brunete, C. Gas chromatography-triplequadrupole mass spectrometry for analysis of selected polyhalogenated pollutants in
plants. Comparison of extraction methods. 2013. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry,
405 (1), 389-400.
Common Uses
Common uses of gas chromatography (GC) include the separation of volatile analytes in the
gas phase. The GC is also commonly used for surveillance purposes when analyzing
water and waste water and can also be used to identify pollutants in plants.