Review of stationary phases for microelectromechanical systems in gas chromatography: feasibility and separations.

@article{Azzouz2014ReviewOS,
  title={Review of stationary phases for microelectromechanical systems in gas chromatography: feasibility and separations.},
  author={Imadeddine Azzouz and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Vial and Didier Thi{\'e}baut and Raphael Haudebourg and K. Danaie and Patrick Sassiat and J Breviere},
  journal={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={406 4},
  pages={981-94}
}
This review covers the recent development of stationary phases for chip-based gas chromatography (GC). Portable systems for rapid and reliable analysis are urgently needed. One way to achieve this is to miniaturize the entire analysis. Because the column is the central component of the GC system and determines the feasibility and quality of separation, this review focuses on stationary phases reported in the literature and their use in different fields during the last two decades, with emphasis… CONTINUE READING