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Old 11-27-2003, 09:22 PM
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I need some help concerning introductory HPLC, especially subject related to
internal/external standards and the quantification of known/unknown

I really want online resources, pages online that can teach or introduce a
student to HPLC use, along with all the equations involved in

Can anyone suggest links and free online resources ?

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Old 11-27-2003, 11:21 PM
Henry Boyter
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Go to link and look under chem-chromatography

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Old 11-29-2003, 03:09 AM
Mark Thorson
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information_person wrote:

I recommend:

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They have a discussion forum for HPLC. I learned a lot
more reading the archives of the discussions than reading
the book I bought. The archives really aren't organized
well for that purpose -- they're by date rather than
subject matter -- but if you skim through them all (as I did),
you'll come out the other end knowing a heckuva lot.
You'll also get a lot of practical advice about using the
equipment that is seldom covered in books, like how
to store a column, how to recognize and suppress
microbial growth in your mobile phase, when and how
to passivate your equipment, etc.

It is a commercial web site, but it doesn't require cookies
or registering. You can even post to the discussion groups
without doing any of that. It's run by a trade magazine,
which doesn't show favoritism to particular vendors.

There are representatives of the major vendors who monitor
the discussion groups who will often recommend their own
products, but a lot of these guys are also great sources
of information.

There's almost no editing or moderation of the postings
made to the groups. The only example I can think of
is a certain crackpot who is carrying on a personal war
against his former employer, a Japanese instrument
manufacturer. :-)

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