Micro-Flame Photometric Detection in Miniature Gas Chromatography on a Titanium Tile

@article{McKelvie2019MicroFlamePD,
  title={Micro-Flame Photometric Detection in Miniature Gas Chromatography on a Titanium Tile},
  author={Kaylan H. McKelvie and Kevin B Thurbide},
  journal={Chromatographia},
  year={2019},
  volume={82},
  pages={935-942}
}
A novel miniaturized gas chromatography–flame photometric detection device built within a titanium platform (Ti µGC–FPD) is presented. The 7.5 cm × 15 cm monolithic Ti device contains both an OV-101 coated separation column (5 m × 100 µm i.d.) and a shielded cavity to house the hydrogen-rich detector flame. The FPD employs a micro counter-current flame (about 250 µm in diameter) that is stabilized by opposing relatively low flows of oxygen and hydrogen (7–10 mL/min O2 and 40 mL/min H2). Under… CONTINUE READING
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