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Analytical Aspects of the Flame Ionization Detection in Comparison with Mass Spectrometry with Emphasis on Fatty Acids and Their Esters

By Jesuí Vergilio Visentainer, Thiago Claus, Oscar Oliveira Santos Jr, Lucas Ulisses Rovigatti Chiavelli and Swami Arêa Maruyama

Submitted: September 13th 2013Reviewed: October 29th 2013Published: February 26th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57333

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Jesuí Vergilio Visentainer, Thiago Claus, Oscar Oliveira Santos Jr, Lucas Ulisses Rovigatti Chiavelli and Swami Arêa Maruyama (February 26th 2014). Analytical Aspects of the Flame Ionization Detection in Comparison with Mass Spectrometry with Emphasis on Fatty Acids and Their Esters, Advances in Gas Chromatography Xinghua Guo, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57333. Available from:

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