Monthly Archives: June 2011
This Royal Society of Chemistry vid is the best I’ve seen to describe chromatographic principles within the context of HPLC. According to the standard handbook, the money currently spent annually on HPLC exceeds that of any other analytical technique.
3 primary trouble shooting steps to eliminate residual contamination in a GC are changing inlet liners, replacing rubber septa, and cutting a few inches of the front of the column near the injection port. This last step will remove the … Continue reading