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Why is a Gas Chromatography separation more efficient than a fractional distillation?

What characteristics must the liquid stationary phase have?

describe a method for identifying a compound using GC analysis.

If you could answer anyone of these that would be great

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    I can give you some sites on the web that you can read about this but don't you have information in your text/notes that will answer these. Mos texts will do a much better job in a few pages than I can do in a sentence or two.

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