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VWR-Hitachi Chromaster with Diode Array and Low Temperature Evaporative Light Scattering Detectors (ELSD): Separation and detection of polyphenols in sage buds.

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UV detection methods are the most widely used in HPLC owing to the seemingly ubiquitous presence of chromophores in analytes.  However, not all analytes of interest are blessed with this property.  ELSD is considered an almost universal, powerful and cost effective technique, and is ideal for the majority of liquid chromatography applications.

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