This guide for the practicing chromatographer who wants a ready source of information on HPLC detection explores and compares existing detection systems and detectors, outlines the common problems associated with a given detector, and offers proven approaches to avoiding such problems. Key Features * Addresses the practical aspects of HPLC detection, including: basic theory * when a particular type of detector can be used * how detectors from various manufacturers differ * common problems of detectors and ways to avoid them * Presents an overview of today's most common techniques * Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of HPLC, dispelling common misconceptionsThe reagents that are added post-column also figure prominently in reaction detection. Ideally, the reagents should be ainvisiblea to the detector until they are reacted with the analyte. Failure to meet this criterion leads to high backgroundanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Practical Guide to HPLC Detection|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2012-12-02|