May 2007

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Breakthrough capillary flow technology  Fig. 1    Gas chromatograph offers unique in-oven capillary flow technology. Agi..

Breakthrough capillary flow technology  Fig. 1    Gas chromatograph offers unique in-oven capillary flow technology. Agilent Technologies Inc. is introducing the 7890A gas chromatograph (GC) platform. It is claimed to deliver new levels of productivity, performance and flexibility. Unique in-oven capillary flow technology opens up a suite of highly useful applications. Agilent engineers have achieved the long-sought-after goal of connecting, switching, splitting and diverting capillary gas flows inside the GC oven while keeping the hardware leak-free despite oven-temperature cycling.

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