Development and validation of a quantitative determination method of blood ethanol by gas chromatography with headspace (GC-HS)

@article{Dorube2009DevelopmentAV,
  title={Development and validation of a quantitative determination method of blood ethanol by gas chromatography with headspace (GC-HS)},
  author={Diana Dorubeţ and Sorin Moldoveanu and Cornelia Mircea and Elena Butnaru and Vasile Astărăstoae},
  journal={Romanian Journal of Legal Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={17},
  pages={303-308}
}
Quantitative determination of ethanol from blood is used for scientific research, for evaluation of ethanol metabolism in the human body or in the forensic laboratory. The aim of our paper is to develop and validate a method in order to determine the quantity of blood ethanol using gas chromatography with headspace. We used a GC 6890 N Agilent equipment, with headspace G 1888, two columns for alcohol analysis (DB-ALC1 and DB-ALC2) and FID detectors. The retention time has been higher when using… 

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