Gas chromatography (GS) is used to split the mixtures into individual components using a temperature-controlled capillary column. Small molecules, which have low boiling stages, descend along the column faster than large molecules, which have high boiling stages. Mass spectrometry (MS) is used to identify the various components in their mass spectrum. Each component has a unique, or almost unique, mass spectrum that can be compared with mass spectra databases, allowing them to be identified. HTDS offers you suitable solutions for your specific needs.
The FLIR Griffin G510 GC/MS is a versatile, person-portable chemical identifier. It complements presumptive techniques used during emergency missions, by enabling responders to analyze all phases of matter (liquid, solid, vapor) and by performing rapid field-confirmation of chemical hazards.