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Unformatted text preview: E. GLC: partition. Polar vs. nonpolar stationary phases F. GSC: adsorption. Isotherms. G. Capacity factor k as indicator of strength of interaction H. Column capacity, efficiency, resolution Page 1 of 2 Gas Chromatography 12/8/2010 https://courses.las.illinois.edu/file.php/173/Quant_Lect_13_GC.html I. Temperature as critical variable IV. Detection A. Electron capture, for detection of halogens B. Flame ionization, for detection of carbon C. Thermal conductivity, the universal detector D. Mass spectrometry, for structure elucidation V. Data reduction A. Qualitative analysis: Peak matching B. Quantitative analysis: Internal standards essential Page 2 of 2 Gas Chromatography 12/8/2010 https://courses.las.illinois.edu/file.php/173/Quant_Lect_13_GC.html...
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