Gel permeation chromatography (GPC) analyses were carried out using a high pressure liquid chromatography pump with Agilent 1100 system equipped with a vacuum degasser, a refractive index detector.
What does RID stand for?
RID stands for Refractive Index Detector (chromatography)
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- Rapporti Interbancari Diretti (type of banking transaction; Italian)
- Reactor Instituut Delft (Dutch: Reactor Institute Delft; Delft, Netherlands)
- Real Interest Differential
- Receive Intermediate Demultiplexer (Nortel)
- Recognition Intrusion Distraction (Factor; water safety)
- Record Identification
- Record Unique Identifier (Philips)
- Recording Institute of Detroit (trade school; Detroit, MI)
- Reduce Infection Deaths
- Reduce Inherited Debt (Luzerne County, PA)
- Regimented Inmate Discipline (corrections program)
- Regional Industrial Development (various locations)
- Registered Interior Designer (American Society of Interior Designers)
- Registered Irish Draught (horse breed)
- Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
- Registry of Interpreters of the Deaf
- Regulations Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail (various organizations)
- Regulations Concerning the International Transport of Dangerous Goods by Rail (European law)
- Relative Identification
- Release to Inactive Duty
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The Viscotek TDAmax sets the benchmark for GPC/SEC, with a fully integrated triple detector array that includes a revolutionary low angle light scattering detector (LALS), four capillary differential viscometer and refractive index detector.
Simple refractive index detectors are sufficient to determine the relative molecular size distribution in a sample, while light scattering detectors can provide absolute molecular size and weight measurements.
A variety of kits are available for testing single devices such as UV detectors, Fluorescence detectors and Refractive Index detectors.
Hewlett-Packard recently introduced four new products: the HP 1100 Series multiwavelength detector for UV-Visible detection in HPLC in the chemical and pharmaceutical markets; the HP 1100 Series refractive index detector designed for routine HPLC analysis of non-UV absorbing substances in the food and polymer markets; the HP 6850A Gas Chromatograph, a more compact, single inlet, single detector GC designed for educators and tight budgets; and an interface box that will allow LAN communication between an HP ChemStation and HP 5890 Series II GC systems (with advantages over other protocols, such as being able to access the GC from remote PCs).