Abstract Although the principle of the rapid injection method for large volume sampling is extremely simple, a number of parameters have to be optimized before a large volume injection can be performed successfully.
The parameters that require some consideration are:
Choice of the packing material,
Optimization of the splitless transfer and determination of the inertness of the packing material,
Determination of the maximum sample volume that can be accommodated by the packed bed,
Determination of the solvent-elimination time.
In the following paragraphs each of these parameters will be addressed in more detail.
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