LVI using speed controlled sampling

Abstract An important prerequisite of the Rapid large volume injection technique is that the sample volume to be injected 'fits' in the liner. Expressed more accurately, the packing material in the liner should have sufficient capacity to retain the volume to be injected. If the sample volume exceeds the volume capacity of the liner, the Rapid 'at-once' technique can no longer be used. In this case one has to resort to the multiple Rapid method or the speed-controlled large volume injection method.


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