The Role of Ultrapure Water in HPLC Analysis


HPLC is an analytical procedure for separation, identification, and quantification of substances using liquid chromatography. The quality of a solvent is often decisive for the reliability of an HPLC analytical run. Water of the special quality required for HPLC can be purchased from various manufacturers or be produced directly on site for use on demand by employing a water purification system.

Download this application note to learn how a water purification system produces ultrapure water suitable for use as an eluant for HPLC analysis.


Download the Application Note