Fluidics FAQs

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What is meant by Isocratic Methods?

An isocratic method involves using one mobile phase composition throughout an analysis. This is often achieved by premixing a mobile phase in one solvent reservoir and using only that mixture for an assay. It may also be achieved through the use of a more sophisticated pumping apparatus that allows for precise proportioning from multiple solvent reservoirs. Finally, it may be performed through the use of two or more pumps operating in unison.