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Principles of Separation Were Disclosed or Suggested

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Anal. Chem. 2000, 72, 137R-144R

Gas Chromatography
Gary A. Eiceman*

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003-0001
Herbert H. Hill, Jr.

Department of Chemistry, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington 99164
Jorge Gardea-Torresdey

Department of Chemistry, University of Texas, El Paso, El Paso, Texas 79968
Review Contents Reviews, Books, and General Interest Solid Adsorbents and Supports Natural Adsorbents Synthetic Adsorbents Liquid Phases Synthetic Organic Phases Chiral Phases and Natural Phases Chromatographic Theory Columns and Column Technology Multidimensional Gas Chromatography Data Processing and Quantitative Aspects Analysis of Peak Shape Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence Quantitative Aspects High-Speed Gas Chromatography Detectors Literature Cited 137R 138R 138R 138R 138R 138R 139R 140R 140R 141R 141R 141R 141R 141R 141R 142R 143R

principles of separation were disclosed or suggested, as many may hope with so well-established and helpful a technique. REVIEWS, BOOKS, AND GENERAL INTEREST Review articles on GC appeared during this review cycle and included a broad discussion of the trends in GC developments and applications (A1). The conclusion from the review, principally with articles from the mid-1990s, was that gas chromatography remains a healthy and growing measurement technique with expanding influence. This is consistent with the findings from this review where the vitality of GC is found in helpful and innovative applications with increasing measure. Still, as in prior reviews, fundamental developments constitute a small component (∼20% or less) of all publications in GC. One review, which should be useful with a growing trend in stationary-phase offerings, was the discussion of methods to characterize the chromatographic properties of stationary phases (A2). This reminder is welcome in view of the growing selection of stationary phases and after a...


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