Evaporative Light Scattering Detector for HPLC
The evaporative light scattering detector (ELSD) is a general-purpose universal detector that can even detect components with no UV absorption, such as carbohydrates, lipids, surfactants, and synthetic polymers.*
With exceptional sensitivity, a wide dynamic range through Analytical Intelligence features, and easy operability using LabSolutions™ software, the ELSD-LT III contributes to more effective analysis in a wide variety of fields.
*Excluding some volatile compounds
ELSDs can detect almost all compounds apart from volatile compounds. They detect irradiated light scattered by microparticles of target components that remain after the mobile phase has evaporated, meaning they can detect the compound which has the poor UV absorption or has that around short-wavelength where is strongly affected by the background absorption of the mobile phase.
A high-power laser source offers superior sensitivity not possible with previous ELSD models. The photometricallycontrolled laser ensures that the high sensitivity remains stable over long periods of operation.
The ELSD-LT III boasts a compact design with around 2/3 the height of the previous model, and can be installed on top of the LC unit. The width of the whole system is reduced, saving precious lab space.
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