Handling Fast Peaks

Hinshaw, John V.
November 2001
LC-GC North America;Nov2001, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p1136
Trade Publication
Examines the signal and data realities of gas chromatography at higher speeds. Details of a manual peak detection and measurement to obtain a chromatogram; Role of detector-response time in achieving the best peak fidelity; Effect of time constant on the response to an instantaneous input signal; Factor for selecting data-handling conditions.


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