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Answer / kiran kumar
to maintain stable pH of the mobile phase we use buffers.
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Answer / narasimhareddy
water is sensitive for change in pH that's why we are preferred buffers.buffers are resist to change in pH at certain level of addition of acids or bases
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Answer / srinivas torati
in water some compounds didn't ionization thats why we
select buffers certain ph range in acid ph some compounds
ionization is good basic medium ionization less thats why
uv different in different ph's
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Answer / suneel kumar
There are so many reason important are as follows..
1. To Maintain the PH of mobile Phase.
2. Most of the Pharmaceutical Substances are get easily
separation in buffer compare to water.
3. Peak shape will be good with addition of Buffer.
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