An Ultra-sensitive Ionization Detector for Permanent Gas Analysis


THE development of a high-sensitivity detector responsive to all elements or compounds in the chromatographic analysis of gaseous mixtures is of importance in the determination of substances present in micro amounts.

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BERRY, R. An Ultra-sensitive Ionization Detector for Permanent Gas Analysis. Nature 188, 578–579 (1960).

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