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In such cases the total column eluent can be made to bypass the GC detector and enter the mass spectrometer directly. If this procedure is adopted, again care must be taken to ensure that the quantitative accuracy of the analysis is not impaired due to an inadequate linear response of the associated instrument. The signal from the detector sensor is processed in a suitable manner by the detector amplifier and the output is usually passed to the chromatograph computer. The computer acquires the data and processes the results, and also controls the operation of the chromatograph and automatic sampler (if part of the equipment).