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What are Ghost Peaks and Where to Find Them

Whenever you do experiments, you will encounter the problem of ghost peaks, because it will affect the final results of the experiment, of course, ghost peaks are influenced by a wide range of factors, today we would like to focus on this aspect of the problem, I hope it will

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5 Key Learnings from Chromatography Industry Leaders

The broad spectrum of information about chromatography can be daunting at times. The amount of data online is enough to fill an encyclopedia. Yet, there are five key points that keep coming up when researching the web. This article will cover what we’ve learned from hundreds of websites. All taken

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five effective options to clean chromatography vial

Five effective options to clean chromatography vial

Option 1 1. Remove the sample vial from the test solution and drain it.2. All the cells must be dropped into the 95% alcohol and dried after twice ultrasonic washing since the 95% alcohol easily enters the 1.5mL vial and is mutually soluble with most organic solvents.3. Pour into clean

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do 1.5ml, 1.8ml, and 2.0ml vial differ

Do 1.5ml, 1.8ml, and 2.0ml vial differ?

Glass insert vial The glass insert vial is welded with glass insert (conical insert, 250ul). The insert is fixed and allows for the injection of solutions more conveniently. It is also possible to buy inserts alone, i.e., to manually insert them into vials.    Plastic insert vial This plastic insert

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type of vial

How to identify the different types of glass?

As you can see there are mianly 3 types of vials that are available on the market. There are USP Type 1, Type 2 and Type 3 vials. I am sure you are wondering what makes them different and what USP stands for? USP stands for United States Pharmacopeia and

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what gas chromatography is used for

What Gas chromatography is used for?

Analytical gas chromatography is a technique for separating the volatile components in a sample, typically an organic substance. The sample is vaporized and injected into an “inert” carrier gas which carries it to the detector where its identity can be determined by comparing it with known standards. This technique has

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