Flame Ionization Detector for Gas Chromatography

  title={Flame Ionization Detector for Gas Chromatography},
  author={I. G. McWILLIAM and R. A. Dewar},
  • I. G. McWILLIAMR. A. Dewar
  • Published 1 March 1958
  • Chemistry
  • Nature
IT has been found that the electrical conductivity of a flame burning a mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen (in air) is very sensitively affected by the vapours of organic substances, and this effect can be used for detection purposes in gas chromatography. 

Flame-Ionization Detection with Nontraditional Flame-Forming Agents

Abstract Hydrogen flame ionization detection was invented more than 25 years ago in Australia by McWilliam and Dewar.1–3 Independently, the same detection method was investigated by Harley and Nell

Use of Carbon Dioxide as Carrier Gas in Gas Chromatography

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