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What's In Your Water?

Ultrapure water can help ensure data integrity when performing separation techniques such as HPLC





Not all water is alike, and it's important to consider water as a laboratory reagent and scrutinize it accordingly, especially when performing high-sensitivity techniques such as HPLC or other chromatography-based separation techniques.

Water contamination can dramatically affect not only the accuracy of your data, but also the condition and performance of your instrumentation. Understanding the importance of water quality is important for ensuring productivity and reproducibility across days, months, and even years.

Download this infographic from The Scientist's Creative Services team and Sartorius to learn about:

  • The potential contaminants in your lab water
  • Their effects on the accuracy of chromatography-based separation techniques
  • How to remove them