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This method and device also make it possible to obtain a solution of diazoethane in diethyl ether when N-ethyl-N-nitroso-N-nitroguanidine is used. Ethers of acids can also be formed by reaction with diazomethane in a chromatograph in a special quartz reactor filled with quartz-wool and placed before the chromatographic column [ 1011 . The sample and the diazomethane solution are placed in the reactor. Esterification is completed in 18 sec. Diazomethane is also used for methylenation under the conditions of diazomethane photolysis.
The stability of the compounds obtained must be sufficiently high. , TMS) are sensitive to moisture. A useful method of increasing substantially the stability of derivatives during chromatographic separation that has been applied in the analysis of volatile chelates of a number of elements can be mentioned. S 32 0 I 10 I 20 I 30 I 40 Tlme (min) Fig. 9. Chromatogram of the separation of tritluoroacetylacetonates of rare earth elements in a flow of carrier gas with trifluoroacetylacetonate. From ref.
From ref. 53. Hence the application of the CFD method makes it possible in a number of instances to improve separations as a result of the formation of derivatives with greater differences in chromatographic properties. Unfortunately, this area of application of the CFD method has not yet been sufficiently developed. There is no doubt that its further development will help in the solution of many practical problems. The third positive feature of CFD methods is a substantial improvement in the quantitative characteristics of analytical determinations.