Further Reading

Parriott D (1993) A Practical Guide to HPLC Detection.

San Diego: Academic Press. Patonay G (1992) HPLC Detector. Newer Methods.

New York: VCH. Scott RPW (1996) Chromatography Detectors. New York:

Marcel Dekker. Vickrey TM (ed.) (1983) Liquid Chromatography

Detectors. New York: Marcel Dekker. Yeung ES (ed.) (1986) Detectors for Liquid Chromatogra-phy. New York: Wiley.

causes peak dispersion. Mobile phase enters the cell at an angle, and is directed at the cell window. As a consequence, the stream of mobile phase must virtually reverse its direction to pass through the cell, producing a strong radial flow which disrupts the Newtonian flow.

The same situation is arranged to occur at the exit end of the cell. The flow along the axis of the cell must reverse its direction to pass out of the port that is set at an angle to accomplish the same effect. By employing this type of cell geometry, dispersion in the cell resulting from viscous flow can be practically eliminated.

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Figure 1 A simple UV detector sensor cell.

Optical window

Figure 1 A simple UV detector sensor cell.

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Solar Panel Basics

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