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General contractor. Also can be written as G/C.

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Inverse gas chromatography (IGC) is simple, fast and economical technique that provides valuable thermodynamic and physical information for characterization of polymeric materials.
Geographically the Global gas chromatography market is segmented into 4 regions North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World.
Initially developed for addressing petroleum issues (exploration, production, well integrity...), this new innovation could be applied to any complex mixture analysed by Gas Chromatography (eg fragrances, environmental applications, space measurements).
Prior to gas chromatography, these samples were processed using analytical methods used for the determination of PCBs in transformer oil.
Gas chromatography: A determination of methanol and higher alcohols in wine by gas chromatography: Preparation of fatty acid methyl esters (fames), and determination of fatty acid profile of oils by gas chromatography.
The sizing efficiency and AKD retention were characterized by the Hercules sizing test and by gas chromatography.
The progress of the reaction was monitored by gas chromatography and the rate of water production.
Back then, the workhorse of every lab engaged in microsampling for gas chromatography was a 12 x 32 mm glass vial.
was formed to manufacture and market a product used in gas chromatography. The number of employees expanded rapidly from 2 to 30.
The technique they use: gas chromatography, a cutting-edge technique that separates the gaseous "scent" molecules by size.
Such gas chromatography is particularly useful because of the speed of its separations and the great delicacy with which it can detect trace impurities.

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