flame ionization detector


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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
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Execution time: Supply and installation of a gas chromatograph with flame ionization detector, State research, Development and innovation program oriented to the challenges of society (project agl2017-84614-c2-1-r) for the science research institute of the feeding
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