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Flame Ionization Detector for Gas Chromatography


IT has been found that the electrical conductivity of a flame burning a mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen (in air) is very sensitively affected by the vapours of organic substances, and this effect can be used for detection purposes in gas chromatography.

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