Countercurrent extraction of sparingly soluble gases for membrane introduction mass spectrometry


Membrane introduction mass spectrometry has been applied to inert gas measurements in blood and tissue, but gases with low blood solubility are associated with reduced sensitivity. Countercurrent extraction of inert gases from a blood sample into a water carrier phase has the potential to extract most of the gas sample while avoiding dependence of signal on… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02684170

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