UV-Visible detection has been the standard for HPLC analysis for decades. This type of detection relies on a compound’s ability to absorb UV (or Visible) light at certain wavelengths. But what about compounds that do not contain a chromaphore that absorbs? Or compounds that have too low of a concentration to be detected via UV-Visible or where enantioselectivity is required? This webinar outlines alternate detection techniques such as fluorescence, refractive index, circular dichroism and evaporative light scattering to provide chemists with detection solutions outside of the UV-Visible realm.
Alternate Detection Techniques for HPLC
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