Inverse gas chromatography in characterization of surface

@inproceedings{Voelkel2004InverseGC,
  title={Inverse gas chromatography in characterization of surface},
  author={Adam Voelkel},
  year={2004}
}
Inverse gas chromatography (IGC) has become an accurate, reliable and fast method for the physicochemical characterization of polymers and their blends, fibers, modified silica and other surfaces, surfactants, as well as, commercial stationary phases and their mixtures and petroleum pitches, heavy residues of oil distillation. Possibilities of application of inverse gas chromatography in the characterization of solid surfaces are presented. The most important parameters used for the description… CONTINUE READING

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