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How does a headspace sampler work?
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What is equilibration time?
The equilibration time is an indicator of the ability of the autoclave to remove air from and to subsequently sterilize the dry goods load placed within the autoclave chamber. Therefore, the equilibration time is an indicator of the performance of an autoclave.
What is difference between headspace and autosampler?
There are three main types of GC autosamplers; liquid, which work with liquid samples, headspace, which work with volatile organic samples, and SPME which uses a fiber to extract the components of your sample. There are GC autosamplers that can do all three types of autosampling.
What is purge and trap method?
Purge and trap refers to the headspace technique in which volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are purged out of the sample matrix by an inert gas and carried onto a sorbent trap, where they are concentrated and later introduced into an instrument (e.g., gas chromatography (GC) or GC/mass spectrometry (MS)) for analysis.
What is headspace GC used for?
Headspace GC is a sample preparation method for determining volatile compounds in solid and liquid samples. The technique has existed since the late 1950s  and is still actively used. With this technique, only the gas phase above the sample is introduced into the GC column.
What is the f0 value in autoclave?
The F0 value tells us the equivalent amount of sterilization (in minutes) that would have been completed had the load been at 250°F. (As temperature increases, so does sterilization/kill rate.)
What is column in gas chromatography?
The column is the heart of the gas chromatograph. It is through interactions between solutes (individual compounds in the sample, also called analytes) and the stationary phase within the column that separation can occur.
What is autosampler in gas chromatography?
GC, or gas chromatography, autosamplers are instruments that automatically take a sample and insert it into the GC for analysis, which is both more time effective and more reliable than doing it by hand.
What is GC MS analysis?
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry, or GC/MS analysis, is an analytical method that combines the features of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry to identify different substances within a sample component matrix. GC/MS analysis is generally considered one of the most accurate analyses available.
Which gas is used in purge and trap technique?
Purging a sample for 10 minutes with helium (at a flow rate of 50ml/min.) results in a more efficient extraction of volatiles than equilibrium, using 500ml headspace. This purging technique is called “dynamic headspace analysis”.