Abstract GCxGC was introduced in 1991 by John B. Philips and has been rapidly gaining interest over the last decade, especially during the past five years. There are several reasons for that. The GCxGC-hardware (which was initially very fragile) has become much more robust and reliable, and dedicated software for processing the GCxGC-data has become available. In addition, an increasing number of applications has been published in the scientific journals which greatly simplify method development.
Still, there are currently many conventional one-dimensional GC applications in use which can be improved by ‘adding a second dimension’.
KeywordsThis article was written in cooperation with Jan Beens.
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