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A Hairpin Resonator Based Flame Ionization Detector for Gas Chromatographs

By Curtis Woods Belknap

Abstract

A novel hydrocarbon-sensitive detector was investigated to determine if readily achievable sensitivity compares with that of the contemporary flame ionization detector. The targeted application is for use in a gas chromatograph system as a complement to less discriminatory detectors. A series of numerical simulations of the proposed structure were performed to assess the viability of the structure as a detector. An apparatus was developed to test the structure in situ. The structure was tested with real-world flame conditions. The measured performance was in very good agreement when compared to the simulated structure. Further experimentation is required to characterize the detector.Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department o

Topics: Flame Ion Detector, Resonator, Hairpin Resonator, Hydrocarbon Flame, Plasma Ion Density
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:uh-ir.tdl.org:10657/3460
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