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Fluidics FAQs

Here we have provided comprehensive lists of commonly asked questions regarding our fluidics products and related applications. This information is designed to support your inquiries, but if you don’t find the answers you are looking for we encourage you to contact us for further assistance.

Please use the sort buttons in the left navigation to navigate between questions and answers that are specific to our Optical Filters, Optical Imaging Systems, Cameras, Microfluidics, Webstore, and Engineering Partnership.

What is a Stationary Phase?

The stationary phase of an HPLC system generally refers to the packing material within the HPLC column, where the separations actually take place. Technically speaking, the stationary phase refers to the chemical compounds, usually bonded to silica beads, inside the column, where they remain in a static position—thus, they are stationary.