Advanced Dryness Detection for Improved Throughput and Yield during Evaporation

David Griffin and Rob Darrington, Genevac

Date Posted: Thursday, December 15, 2005

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In many laboratories across a wide range of disciplines removal of solvent from dissolved sample is a routine, daily procedure. The majority of the methods employed to remove the solvent rely on the use of vacuum to achieve low temperature boiling, normally to prevent damage to a temperature sensitive sample. This article demonstrates the great importance of paying sufficient attention to closely monitoring the drying process and presents solutions to save time and prevent sample loss.

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