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    Title: Programmed-Temperature Vaporizing (PTV) Liners to Introduce Chlorinated and Sulfur Compounds into a Capillary Gas Chromatograph
    Other Titles: 使用不同的注入管以變溫熱脫附的方式注射含氯和含硫化合物到氣體層析儀
    Authors: 薛文發;Sye, Wen-fa;蘇家慶;Shu, Chia-ching
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學學系
    Keywords: Chorinated compounds;Sulfur compounds;Adsorbents;Programmed temperature vaporizing injection;PTV injection;含氯化合物;硫化合物;吸附劑
    Date: 1995-10-01
    Issue Date: 2013-07-29 13:47:37 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:中國化學學會
    Abstract: Introduction of a sample at a programmed temperature is an attractive approach both for dilute samples in large volumes and to prevent discrimination inside the syringe needle with this injection into a capillary gas chromatograph. Quantitative data obtained with glass liners packed with trapping materials including glass wool, Tenax TA, Chromosorb 101 and Thermotrap-TA to analyze chlorinated and sulfur compounds are compared. To eliminate the solvent, these vapors were vented through the injection port cap, which provided greater efficiency than through the split line.
    Relation: Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society=中國化學會會誌 42(5), pp.761-767
    DOI: 10.1002/jccs.199500102
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