Liquid chromatography (LC) has become a standard technique of the analytical chemistry lab in many fields of science thanks to its versatility and broad applicability. LC is an incredibly valuable tool when things are going well, however, like most experimental techniques, it is not always plain sailing. Issues can and will occur that impact result reliability and accuracy, leading to potentially lengthy investigation to get to the root of the problem. This can be particularly problematic where fast turnaround times are required, or samples are in limited supply.
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- Potential sources of LC analysis problems
- Clues that can be gained from your chromatogram
Possible solutions to rectify the issues