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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.
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.
1. Gas Source Helium is becoming increasingly expensive with reports of its price having doubled in some regions between 2013 and 2015. Added to its increased price, supply cannot be ensured in certain regions which is increasing the number of labs looking to change to hydrogen.