Temperature-programmed sputtered micromachined gas chromatography columns: an approach to fast separations in oilfield applications.

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In a previous study, a new stationary phase deposition technique for micromachined gas chromatography columns was presented. The rerouting of the sputtering technique to this purpose enabled collective and reproducible fabrication of microcolumns in a silicon wafer. Silica-sputtered micromachined columns showed promising separations of light alkanes in… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ac3022136

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@article{Haudebourg2013TemperatureprogrammedSM, title={Temperature-programmed sputtered micromachined gas chromatography columns: an approach to fast separations in oilfield applications.}, author={Raphael Haudebourg and J. - Ph. Vial and Dominique Thi{\'e}baut and K. Danaie and J M Brevi{\`e}re and Patrick Sassiat and Imadeddine Azzouz and Bertrand Bourlon}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={2013}, volume={85 1}, pages={114-20} }