M. Antoniadou, G. Zachariadis, E. Rosenberg:
"Investigating the performance characteristics of the barrier discharge ionization detector and comparison to the flame ionization detector for the gas chromatographic analysis of volatile and semivolatile organic compounds";
Analytical Letters, 52 (2019), 17; S. 2822 - 2839.

Kurzfassung englisch:
The response behavior and performance characteristics of the recently introduced barrier discharge ionization detector (BID) for gas chroma- tography (GC-BID) were investigated by analyzing different classes of organic compounds such as alcohols, alkanes, cycloaliphatic com- pounds, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and others. The results obtained by GC-BID were compared with those of gas chroma- tography with flame ionization detection (GC-FID), aiming to demon- strate the particular merits of the new BID detector over the well- established FID. The response of the BID not only was found to be strongly dependent on the detector settings, but also shows a high dependence on the analyte class and the individual analyte. The sensi- tivity of the BID detector compared to the FID was higher by a factor of ca. 4 on average when considering all compounds analyzed. The rela- tive standard deviation (RSD) was better than 5% for the majority of the cases. The BID detector showed better precision (lower RSD) in compari- son with the FID for the investigated compounds. Linear calibrations were obtained for the analytes over more than four orders of magni- tude with coefficients of determination typically higher than 0.999 and the limits of detection varied from 0.04 to 1.48 ng/s for the GC-BID.

Barrier discharge ionization detector (BID); flame ionization detector (FID); gas chromatography (GC); dielectric barrier discharge (DBD)

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