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Daniela Held


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Tips & Tricks GPC/SEC: The Art of Analyzing High Molar Mass Samples
June 6, 2014

GPC/SEC can be performed for samples that range from a few hundred to several million daltons in molar mass. It can often require more skill to analyze high molar mass samples in the molar mass range of several million dalton. This article explains more.

Tips & Tricks GPC/SEC: Mobile Phase Considerations
April 8, 2014

There are many sources of advice on how to select the most appropriate stationary phase for sample analysis, but the mobile phase is not often discussed. This article provides tips for selecting the most appropriate mobile phase for your analysis.

Tips & Tricks GPC/SEC: How to Install GPC/SEC Columns
February 3, 2014

For proper column installation it is important to be familiar with column characteristics such as solvent compatibility, maximum flow rate, and maximum operating temperature.

Tips & Tricks GPC/SEC: Select the Right Columns for Your Molar Mass Range
December 11, 2013

Shoulders in gel permeation/size-exclusion chromatograms (GPC/SEC) can be a result of sample characteristics or down to the wrong choice of columns or column combinations. Proper selection helps to measure true results.

Tips & Tricks: Evaporative Light Scattering Detection in GPC/SEC
October 3, 2013

This article presents applications of ELSD in GPC/SEC. It discusses both the advantages and disadvantages as well as the practical considerations for use in GPC/SEC.

Tips & Tricks GPC/SEC:An Alternative to Calibration With Narrow Standards
August 8, 2013

Integral calibration with a broad standard is a fast, cost-effective, and easy-to-use calibration technique for quality control. This article explains more.

Tips & Tricks GPC/SEC: Analysis and Calibration for Low Molar Mass Macromolecules
June 3, 2013

GPC/SEC analysis can be easily optimized to yield improved results when analysing oligomers and low molar mass macromolecules.

Tips & Tricks: GPC/SEC Method Optimization
April 4, 2013

After developing a GPC/SEC method by selecting the optimum stationary and mobile phase an optimization of the default conditions is a good idea.

Tips and Tricks: GPC/SEC Dos and Don'ts For Data Analysis
February 4, 2013

The requirements for GPC/SEC data analysis to obtain precise, reproducible and accurate results are very specialized. Therefore, often dedicated software tools offering flow-rate correction or different calibration options need to be employed. This instalment of Tips & Tricks looks at these requirements.

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