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Techniques & Tools Technology, Gas Chromatography

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Small Dimensions

Researchers from Sandia National Laboratories (Albuquerque, USA) and collaborators at Caltech have developed a low-power, ultra-high-speed, comprehensive GCxGC system, consisting of microfabricated columns, nanoelectromechanical system cantilever resonators for detection, and a valve-based stop-flow modulator. The researchers demonstrated that the system had a peak capacity greater than 50 compounds per second.

Credit: Submitted by Ron Manginell. Reprinted from JJ Whiting et al., “A high-speed, high-performance, microfabricated comprehensive
two-dimensional gas chromatograph,” Lab on a Chip (2019). DOI: 10.1039/c9lc00027e


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