Broad Peaks

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LCGC Europe

LCGC EuropeLCGC Europe-02-01-2004
Volume 17
Issue 2
Pages: 72–76

Peaks that are too broad can mean that analysts are not using their LC columns very efficiently. In this month's column, John Dolan describes how to determine if peaks are broader than they should be and highlights some of the common system-related causes of peak broadening.

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