An education video from the Royal Society of Chemistry on gas chromatography using a flame ionisation detector (FID) with a brief mention of gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GCMS). From the “Modern Instrumental Techniques for schools and colleges” DVD. For more information on the Chemistry for our Future programme please visit http://www.rsc.org/CFOF (C) Royal Society of Chemistry
Gas Chromatography GC
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45 thoughts on “Gas Chromatography GC”
How can we separate the Methane and Carbon dioxide by GC? What does three or four peaks refers on GC when separating the methane and carbon dioxide gas? How would you calculate the volume of gases on ml/liters?
I even could separate solid heptamer coupling reaction product having high boiling point with GC
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Fully concept clearing video.
Amazing stuff honestly
Salut le M1 A&C! On s'éclate! lol!
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thank you very much
excellent visualization and explanation.
Warwick universiti xDD
thank mam it will help me in an interview
thanks ! this video is really helpful!
How does the flame ionization detector work? How does it identify a molecule?
good explanation thankyou
Good explanation. ..
I am understand this explanation nice
very nice explanation…THANKS..
Learning is fun when snuff is involved? But what if learning was even funer when snuff isn't involved? Maybe they should do a lab test on dat wun der….
Why would you need to use GC and MS together? Do they not both show the composition of a mixture? What benefit is there to using both together?
thank you. Made it easy to understand!
Amazing and simple explanation.
Gas Chromatography GC
Methanol is CH3OH, not CH8OH. That doesn't exist.
need more to know. thanks.
The boiling point of methyl benzene is 110 degrees C and the boiling point of methanol is 64.7 degrees C. Methanol is more volatile than toluene. The molecular size of benzene is considerably greater than that of methanol. There are several factors which influence volatility not just one.
What happens if the GC test ends half way?
Thank you for the video! But I have a question, isn't methanol more polar than methylbenzene? A more polar molecule would be less volatile. Therefore should the first compound that was shown through GC be the more volatile molecule methylbenzene (less polar), rather than methanol?
Cool, Wish we had all those high tech equipment at my school.
This was really helpful :). Thank you
Can someone help me.. Why is it that we assume that alcohols have equivalent detector responses
Nice and simple video introduction to GC.
Viscous means, essentially, how thick the liquid is; e.g. treacle is a very viscous liquid, but acetone is less viscous than water.
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