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The gas chromatography systems separate and measure the different components of a sample. After sample solution is injected into the column, the unstable gaseous compounds are moved by inert gas to depart the column. The exiting compound quantities are then measured by ultra-sensitive, electronic detectors. This process is crucial for purifying a substance and identifying compounds. With fast run times and the latest software, gas chromatographs also have volume flexibility to increase capabilities.
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