This book provides a comprehensive up-to-date overview of temperature-programmed gas chromatography (GC). The first part of the book introduces the reader to the basics concepts of GC, as well as the key properties of GC columns. The second part describes the mathematical and physical background of GC. In the third part, different aspects in the formation of a chromatogram are discussed, including retention times, peak spacing and peak widths. All Formulas with the exception of the simple ones were derived with the help of Mathematica software.
Introduction | Basic Concepts and Terms | A Column | Background | Linear Systems | Migration of a Solid Object | Solute-Liquid Interaction in Gas Chromatography | Molecular Properties of Ideal Gas | Flow of Ideal Gas | Formation of Chromatogram | Formation of Retention Times | Formation of Peak Spacing | Formation of Peak Widths
, Applied Mathematics
, Calculus and Analysis