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This list shows Gas Chromatography methods which can use helium, hydrogen or nitrogen as their carrier gas.
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.