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HPLC: A Practical User's Guide by Marvin C. McMaster

By Marvin C. McMaster

This moment version of the vintage guide info the way to organize an HPLC approach that capitalizes at the most recent techniques. It covers new concepts in high-temperature, micro-flow, and ultra-fast chromatography, the linking of an HPLC to a mass spectrometer, and extra. entire with a CD-ROM and appendices, this consultant has every thing chromatographers want to know to with a bit of luck separate, determine, purify, and quantify compounds.

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Be aware that you are letting a machine make decisions for you. It is possible to override the machines, and, sometimes, it is possible to produce a more accurate analysis by doing so. Once we have returned to the baseline from one chromatogram, we are ready to make our next injection. When we have finished for the day, shut off 42 RUNNING YOUR CHROMATOGRAPH the detector (lamps have finite lifetimes) and the strip chart recorder paper drive. If we are pumping solvents containing solids, they must be washed out before shutting down the pump.

The flush valve is a small needle valve used to prime the pump that allows us to divert solvent away from the column when rapidly flushing the pump to atmospheric pressure. Open the valve and the line is vented to the atmosphere. This removes the back-pressure from the column, a major obstacle when trying to push solvent into a plumbed system. 02-in tubing onto the injector inlet port. The back of the injector usually has ports for an inlet, an outlet, two ports for the injection loop, and a couple of wash ports.

Then, from the trace we obtain, we will calculate elution volumes either by measuring peak heights or by calculating peak areas by triangulation. We can compare these values of areas or peak heights with known values for standard compounds. From elution volumes or retention times, we can 38 RUNNING YOUR CHROMATOGRAPH begin to identify compounds. Comparing peak areas or heights to those derived from standard concentrations, we can calculate the amounts of material under each peak. 1 Reproducible Injection Techniques From the last section, it becomes obvious that we must first make a decision about what we are trying to accomplish.

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