Matrix enhancement effect: a blessing or a curse for gas chromatography?--A review.

@article{Rahman2013MatrixEE,
  title={Matrix enhancement effect: a blessing or a curse for gas chromatography?--A review.},
  author={Md. Musfiqur Rahman and Abd El-Aty Mostafa Abd El-Aty and Jae-Han Shim},
  journal={Analytica chimica acta},
  year={2013},
  volume={801},
  pages={14-21}
}
The matrix enhancement effect in gas chromatography (GC) has been a problem for the last decade and results in unexpected high recovery. Most efforts, including the use of different types of injectors/matrix simplification procedures, and further clean-up associated with removing this effect has focused on equalizing the response of the standard in the solvent and matrix. However, after eliminating the matrix enhancement effect, the sensitivity of GC remained unchanged. But, GC sensitivity can… CONTINUE READING
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