Articles and Applications
Learn how to convert your GC carrier gas from helium to hydrogen with this step by step guide.
Gas Chromatography (GC), a core technique for separating and analyzing compounds, is commonly used across multiple industries.
Hydrogen gas generators use a proton exchange membrane (PEM) to produce hydrogen gas from water. The PEM cell was originally developed by NASA and is extensively used in industrial and laboratory applications.
In a recent white paper, Restek corporation identified a simple methodology for the simple comparison of e-cigarette liquids using GC-MS and GC-FID.
Dr. Ed Connor, GC Product Specialist at Peak Scientific, speaks about the advantages for analytical laboratories adopting the use of gas generators rather than using gas stored in cylinders.