GC×GC provides simple improvements today and will be key to the personalized miniature measurement devices of tomorrow
Robert A. Shellie |
Following one of my recent presentations, an observer commented that while she enjoyed the talk and agreed that GC×GC is especially suited to analysis of complex mixtures, she felt generally overwhelmed by its complexity. She is not alone: while improved resolution sounds good to just about everybody, there is a widespread perception that multidimensional separations are more complex than “regular chromatography”. I want to take a few moments to debunk this complexity myth.
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