But My Peaks Are Not Gaussian! Part 1: Basic Concepts in Peak Shape, and the Effect of Extracolumn Connections - IDEX Health & ScienceIDEX Health & Science

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    But My Peaks Are Not Gaussian! Part 1: Basic Concepts in Peak Shape, and the Effect of Extracolumn Connections

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    Tailing peaks—the most common type of asymmetric peak shape—can negatively affect both the qualitative and quantitative performance of LC methods. This instalment will discuss basic concepts in peak shape, and the potential for poor fluidic connections to cause peak tailing in a separation where the peak shape would otherwise be excellent.

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    Aug, 09 2021 |

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