Abstract In the previous part of this study, a significant improvement of the fundamental relationships that control GC resolution in a pressure-tunable assembly operating in isothermal conditions inside a single oven was made. A theoretical approach for the correct choice of the working temperature was proposed for the first time.

GC models for separation optimization in pressure-tunable tandem capillary columns operated isothermally. Part 2: Control experiments using a new capillary column interface

RUSSO, Mario Vincenzo
2014

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Abstract In the previous part of this study, a significant improvement of the fundamental relationships that control GC resolution in a pressure-tunable assembly operating in isothermal conditions inside a single oven was made. A theoretical approach for the correct choice of the working temperature was proposed for the first time.
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