Integrating Chromatographic PeaksClick here for more information on all our chromatography peak integration resources.
is the best way to integrate this chromatogram?
What about this situation?
Take this seminar and learn the answers to these questions!
Integration of chromatographic peaks is a critical step in the generation of chromatographic data. Errors in integration will result in a corresponding error in calculated results. Unfortunately, most analysts have little or no training in the proper procedures for peak integration. We will first discuss, in general terms, how integrators work. Then, peak integration issues will be examined using sets of real chromatographic data to illustrate when to use different integration strategies (drop, valley, etc.). We will discuss a variety of situations involving poorly resolved chromatographic peaks.
Are you dealing with peaks of similar size, or doing trace analysis? One integration method won't be accurate for all situations. You need to know which method to use under each set of conditions. You will only learn it here!
Students will learn about:
A portion of this research was published in LCGC Magazine.
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Course Length: 1/2 day (optional discussion time is also available)
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