signifcance of detector lenearity in calibration f hplc
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The detector is giving Linear results means the areas of an
injection of specific concentration are relative.
if the concentration of the sample X is 0.1 %, imagine the
area is 1000.
if the concentration of X is doubled 0.2%, the area will
also be doubled that is 2000.
This relation ship is called linearity.
If the detector gives linear responses with respect to
concentrations. then the instrument works properly . then
it is calibrated.
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Answer / chandu 4m apex
y v r doing linearity means to check the accurate response of detector, if u increase con gradually.
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Answer / senthilkumar
correlation coefficient <0.998
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