Allen K. Vickers | Authors


A "Solid" Alternative for Analysing Oxygenated Hydrocarbons — Agilent's New Capillary GC PLOT Column

PLOT columns are often used in GC analyses when it is necessary or desirable to retain one class of solutes in favour of other solutes that have little or limited interactions with the surface of the stationary phase. With a PLOT column, chromatographers can even cause lower boiling point compounds to elute well after higher boiling point compounds, thus providing better qualitative and quantitative separations for the solutes of interest.