This book documents the principles of operation, the advantages and drawbacks, and the potential future of currently available liquid chromatographic detectors. In offering a snapshot of the current technology, it provides clear explanations and possible new horizons for both beginners and experts.
Table of Contents
1. Description of Concentration Profiles Entering an LC Detector 2. UV-VIS Absorption Detectors for HPLC 3. Fluorescence Detectors in High-Performance Liquid Chromatography 4. Electrochemical Detectors 5. Refractive Index Detectors 6. The Use of Element-Specific Detectors Coupled with High-Performance Liquid Chromatographs 7. Mass Spectrometric Detectors 8. Less Popular Detectors 9. Data Handling for LC Detectors