Provides users of HPLC equipment with a comprehensive text for troubleshooting and maintaining HPLC systems. Describes how the chromatographer can maintain the HPLC system in operating condition, what to look for and do to prevent and solve HPLC problems, and what can and should be done before calling a service representative. Organized into chapters which basically represent the typical components of the HPLC system, with each chapter describing a basic element of the HPLC system in terms of maintenance and solving system problems. Arranged as a guide and working manual to help the chromatographer reduce instrument downtime, allowing for more efficiency and cost effectiveness in the HPLC laboratory.7 Negative peaks 8 Poor peak shape Flat bottom peaks 9 Loss of resolution Possible Cause Corrective Action 8b Very. Check for other equipment turning Check for loose fitting source lamp suitable back pressure to detector on and off onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Maintaining and troubleshooting HPLC systems|
|Author||:||Dennis J. Runser|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1981-05-06|