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This consultant for the practising chromatographer who wishes a prepared resource of data on HPLC detection explores and compares current detection platforms and detectors, outlines the typical difficulties linked to a given detector, and gives confirmed ways to heading off such difficulties.

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3-7). b. Compensation for refractive index changes Another design consider­ ation is compensation for refractive index changes. Solutions with different refractive indices bend light to differing degrees, according to Snell's law (Fig. 3-8). When the refractive index of the mobile phase changes, either because of 46 Roger Blain hv INCIDENT LIGHT hv PARTIALLY SILVERED MIRROR FIG. 3-6 Beam splitter. gradient elution or due to a sample solvent different than the mobile phase eluting at the void volume of the column, a shift in the baseline occurs.

OVERVIEW OF ABSORBANCE DETECTORS A major class of HPLC detectors, called absorbance detectors, measures the loss in intensity of ultraviolet or visible light as it passes through the solution exiting an HPLC column. , single wavelength) light, a flow cell through which the light shines, and a means of measuring the change in the light intensity as it exits from the flow cell. A schematic representation is shown in Fig. 3-1. The source of monochromatic light can be either a lamp plus a simple filter or a lamp plus a monochromator, a device that allows one to select a single wavelength from a lamp source that emits light over a wide region of wave­ lengths.

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