Hplc /GC And Its Accessories

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HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography)Chromatographic technique used to separate, identify, and quantify components in a mixture dissolved in a solvent.
PrincipleOperates based on liquid chromatography, utilizing a column packed with a stationary phase.
Key Components
  • Pump: Delivers the solvent or mobile phase at a constant flow rate.
  • Injector: Introduces the sample into the mobile phase stream.
  • Column: Contains the stationary phase where separation of components occurs.
  • Detector: Detects separated components as they elute from the column.
  • Data System: Collects and processes detector signals to generate chromatograms.
  • Solvent Reservoirs: Store mobile phase solvents for analysis.
GC (Gas Chromatography)Technique used for separating and analyzing volatile compounds in a mixture through gas-liquid chromatography.
PrincipleSample is vaporized and injected into a column containing a stationary phase, with separation based on vapor pressures and affinities for the stationary phase and carrier gas.
Key Components
  • Injector: Introduces the sample into the heated inlet for vaporization.
  • Oven: Contains the column maintained at a precise temperature program.
  • Column: Typically a coiled tube packed with a stationary phase or a capillary column coated with a stationary phase.
  • Detector: Detects separated components as they elute from the column.
  • Data System: Collects and processes detector signals to generate chromatograms.
  • Carrier Gas Supply: Provides the carrier gas for sample transport through the column.
AccessoriesOffer a range of accessories such as columns, injectors, detectors, consumables, and software for HPLC/GC systems.

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