How Much Is Enough?

Dolan, John W.
October 2003
LC-GC North America;Oct2003, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p968
Trade Publication
Addresses liquid chromatography (LC) practices. Experimental method to determine the correct mobile-phase volume and the time needed to sufficiently reequilibrate a column after running a reversed-phase gradient; Degassing technique to use.


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