Improved Sample Throughput with Hydrogen Carrier Gas
26 Nov 2014

This application note shows the reasons behind the helium shortage, what hydrogen offers the chromatographer and illustrates how hydrogen can improve the separation of analytes in a complex mixture of compounds whilst improving sample throughput.

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