This book documents the principles of operation, the advantages and drawbacks, and the potential future of currently available liquid chromatographic detectors. In offering a snapshot of the current technology, it provides clear explanations and possible new horizons for both beginners and experts.
1. Description of Concentration Profiles Entering an LC Detector 2. UV-VIS Absorption Detectors for HPLC 3. Fluorescence Detectors in High-Performance Liquid Chromatography 4. Electrochemical Detectors 5. Refractive Index Detectors 6. The Use of Element-Specific Detectors Coupled with High-Performance Liquid Chromatographs 7. Mass Spectrometric Detectors 8. Less Popular Detectors 9. Data Handling for LC Detectors