flame ionization detector


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

flame ionization detector

Abbreviation: FID
A device used in gas chromatography in which a sample burned in a flame changes the conductivity between two electrodes.
See also: detector
References in periodicals archive ?
Supply one set consisting of two (identical) single-channel gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector (FID) with two automatic feeders with trays of samples 150 samples and a computer equipped with software that controls the above.
The subject of the public contract is the supply, installation, operator training and warranty and post-warranty service to file two separate devices, devices with modular HPLC mass spectrometer with inductively coupled plasma ionization and flow divider for dvoudetektorovou speciation and appliances and a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector, including the PC, software and accessories (hereinafter referred to as "equipment"), in accordance with the following specifications.
The subject of the public contract is the supply, installation, staff training and ensuring no warranty and post-warranty service file two separate devices, devices with modular HPLC mass spectrometer with inductively coupled plasma ionization and flow divider for dvoudetektorovou speciation and appliances and a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector, including the PC, software and accessories.
ARC's Polyarc[TM] reactor was recognized as the Best New Product for its novel design and universal application to scientists using gas chromatography (GC) with flame ionization detectors (FID).
flame ionization detectors, thermal conductivity detectors, electron capture detector (ECD), photo ionization detector (PID), nitrogen phosphorous detector (NPD), flame photometric detector, and mass detectors.
The gas chromatography detectors are further categorized into flame ionization detectors, mass detectors, thermal conductivity detectors, and others.
4]) concentrations were determined using gas chromatography and reduction gas and flame ionization detectors, respectively, according to the methods described by Becket et al.
Thermal conductivity detectors (TCD) and flame ionization detectors (FID) are general-purpose detectors used in conventional gas chromatographs.