Gas Chromatography or the separation of mixtures in a laboratory setting that without any sort of decomposition can be subjected to vaporization. It is mostly used in analytical chemistry and consists of a detector, a data recording system, an injection port, a separation column and a flowing mobile phase.
The qualitative analysis involves responses from detectors, injecting of a sample of the liquid, calculation of the peak component and the representation of the chromatography as a graph. The techniques that are used involves the injection a sample of the liquids through micro-syringes , dissolving of the solid samples into suitable solvents as well as injecting of samples of the gas.
Gas Chromatography has become one of the most important tools in analytical chemistry. Its popularity is because of its extremely wide application range. Primarily, Gas Chromatography is used for separating the different components of the mixture and testing the purity of the particular substance.