GC×GC first attracted attention in the late 1970s, but for many years advances in conventional GC–MS meant that its superior separation capacity was not seen as being worth the additional technical complexity.
Thanks to greatly improved hardware and software, this has changed, and as a result GC×GC is now being routinely used in a variety of fields. This guide demonstrates just some of the most important applications.
In this SepSolve Analytical guide to GC×GC you'll find out about essentials of the technique, complementary technologies and the latest applications in:
- Food and drink
- Fragranced products and tobacco
- Defence and forensics
- Environmental monitoring
- Petrochemical and geochemical
- Biological monitoring
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Written by world leaders in GC×GC technology, SepSolve Analytical, the guide will allow you to appreciate the versatility of the technique and understand how it might be able to benefit your analysis, and how it can be applied for great impact.
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