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The back pressure associated with your tubing is directly relational to the length of the tubing, the flow rate of the solvent moving through the tubing, the solvent viscosity, and the inner diameter of the tubing. In most cases, the back pressure is negligible for standard lengths and inner diameter sizes used in HPLC.