Definition of gas chromatograph in English:

gas chromatograph

Syllabification: gas chro·mat·o·graph

noun

A device or apparatus used in gas chromatography to separate the constituents of a volatile substance.
More example sentences
  • A system for determining the energy and volume delivered by a flowing natural gas carried within a pipeline based on BTU content analysis of the natural gas using a micro-miniature gas chromatograph.
  • As a testament to his resourcefulness, Muller was able to obtain the first gas chromatograph on campus, normally the domain of the chemistry department.
  • The gas chromatograph separates the substances present, and then each substance is broken into molecular fragments by the mass spectrometer.

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