hyphenated technique

The term "hyphenated techniques", introduced by Hirschfeld, refers to an online combination of a chromatographic (later also electrophoretic) separation technique with a sensitive element or molecule specific detector.

see: T. Hirschfeld, Anal. Chem., 52 (1980) 297 A

NB!: A slash is sometimes used instead of hyphen, especially if the name of one of the methods contains a hyphen itself.




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Multielement speciation analysis | EVISA's News
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Highly selective Cr(VI) determination at ultra-trace levels using on-line trapping of Cr(III) with ICP-MS detection | EVISA's News
Plasma source detection techniques for gas chromatography | EVISA's News
Chromate in food samples: an artefact of wrongly applied analytical methodology | EVISA's News
LC-ICP-MS: The most often used hyphenated system for speciation analysis | EVISA's News