Tips & Tricks: GPC/SEC How to Get a Stable Baseline

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The Column

ColumnThe Column-04-02-2012
Volume 8
Issue 6
Pages: 13–18

A stable baseline is a prerequisite for precise, accurate and reproducible GPC/SEC analysis, especially for samples with a broad molar mass distribution. Baseline problems can include drift, wander (long-term noise), noise/spikes (short-term noise), as well as positive or negative system peaks.

A stable baseline is a prerequisite for precise, accurate and reproducible GPC/SEC analysis, especially for samples with a broad molar mass distribution. Baseline problems can include drift, wander (long-term noise), noise/spikes (short-term noise), as well as positive or negative system peaks.

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