Agilent J&W GS-Q is useful for the separation of various light gas compounds, including ethane, ethylene, ethyne, freons, and sulfides (except for SO2). Although GS-Q is not suitable for quantitating water or alcohols, aqueous injections will not harm the column.
Calculators and software for optimizing current gas chromatography (GC) methods or starting a new GC method.
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Dr. Frank David
Principal Scientist, RIC Group
The broad portfolio of Agilent columns that are available is really a key aspect in developing methods. What is also very important is that we have a broad range of lengths, internal diameters and film thicknesses.
Learn about GC techniques and approaches that can improve performance and productivity, and get information about some of the more common troubleshooting and maintenance procedures for your GC instruments.