HPLC analysis is an important technique used in most quality control or analytical laboratories. Since some critical decisions about product batches are made based on the results of these analyses, they must be correct and reliable.
To ensure accurate results are obtained at the end of the process, it is equally important to ensure that all steps in the process, including the initial weighing of samples and preparing the required concentrations, are carefully executed and that all relevant data is recorded correctly.
Any errors in weighing data or calculations or even incomplete metadata in the initial stages will be propagated downstream, leading to errors in the final result. The implications of bad decisions based on incorrect analytical results could be disastrous.
Watch our webinar Seamless Data Flow for HPLC and learn how to ensure seamless, error-free data flow from balance to analytical result.
In this webinar Seamless Data Flow for HPLC, you will learn: