By F.W. Karasek and R.E. Clement (Auth.)
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26. The advantage achieved in analytical data obtained is illustrated in Fig. 27. High molecular weight components that have high retention times and broad shapes in isothermal GC analysis elute as rapidly as the narrow shaped peaks using PTGC. Fig. 28 illustrates the advantage of PTGC compared to isothermal analysis for a mixture of normal hydrocarbons. The effect of operating at a constant temperature which is optimum for early eluting peaks is that higher boiling components will take a very long time to elute, and their peak shape are poor.
The basic elements of the FID are shown in Fig. 16. A flame is created by burning hydrogen in air or oxygen and the negative ions formed by the combustion are measured by applying a positive voltage of 200-300 V to a collector electrode. The hydrogen flame produces very few ions (about 10 ~14 A current), but when an organic compound is present in a GC peak large quantities of ions proportional to the number of organic molecules are created. Ion currents as high as 10"6 A are observed. A recording of the collected ion current versus time will reproduce the concentration of organic compound in the GC peak.
This method of injection for WCOT columns was not prominent among early injector designs due to the mechanical difficulties of aligning the syringe needle with the column. 35 mm (wide bore), almost perfect needle alignment is required. Like splitless injection, on-column operation requires cold-trapping or the solvent effect to concentrate the sample at the head of the column. Injector designs which are suitable for on-column work have only recently become available commercially. Fig. 24 shows one such design.