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Sample and standard preparation in chromatographic analysis

Manual, automated and robotic solutions

Brochure: HPLC sample and standard preparation. Manual, automated and robotic solutions

Accurate sample and standard preparation for HPLC analyses is crucial to the quality of the analytical results.

Gravimetric sample preparation involves weighing not only the solid sample or standard but also liquid components to produce desired concentrations.

Chromatographic analysis with techniques like HPLC, UHPLC or GC is commonly used in analytical R&D and QC labs to identify, quantify and purify individual components of a mixture.

In analytical chromatography, accurate weighing, proper calculation of concentrations and error-free transfer of data have a significant impact on the quality of chromatographic results. Sample preparation can use up to 60% of analytical laboratory time and effort. Moreover, data management such as results transcription and archiving can use up to 25% of working time.

Read the free guide and see how you can improve the efficiency of your chromatographic workflow. Learn more about switching to gravimetric solution preparation, adding automation options and digital data management.

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  • chromatographic analysis
  • standard preparation

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