Brochure: How to identify and avoid contaminants in LC-MS
In this technical brochure, you will learn some tips on identifying LC-MS contaminants and avoiding contamination.
A successful LC-MS assay can be defined as one that has high sensitivity, reproducibility, and efficiency while also providing an increase in sample throughput. The presence of contaminants can affect these key analytical figures of merit as well as potentially compromise the performance of the analytical U/HPLC column and/or the instrument itself.
Our 110 years of separation expertise, combined with our precision-manufactured products, give you the greatest chance of obtaining reproducible, clean data.
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