Garbage In, Garbage Out
High-quality, automated sample preparation can help you take out the trash.
Guenter Boehm |
It’s all too easy to get excited by the launch of new gadgets and gizmos. Certainly, most chromatographers hanker after the latest cutting-edge hyphenated chromatography system that promises increased functionality, speed and sensitivity. But there is a time-tested adage: ‘garbage in, garbage out’ – and it’s probably more pertinent today than ever before, especially as the boundaries of performance are continually pushed. The bottom line? You can have the best chromatography system in the world, but if you inject poor quality and/or inconsistent samples, your results will be trash.
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