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why hydrogen and zero air used for flame ignition in gc?

why hydrogen and zero air used for flame ignition in gc?..

Answer / sachin jagtap

Hydrogen is a highly flamable gas which in contact with air
( oxygen ) gives spontaneus flame.

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