The new evaporative light scattering detector is for analysis of samples that show little or no response to UV detection or do not ionize with MS, such as antibiotics, antivirals, biomolecules and natural products.
What does ELSD stand for?
ELSD stands for Evaporative Light Scattering Detector
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We are also excited about Polymer Laboratories" HPLC detectors, one of which, the evaporative light scattering detector, is well suited for operation together with mass spectrometers and will enhance our information rich detectors product lines.
Product literature describes the range of evaporative light scattering detectors for HPLC, [mu]bore, SFC, GPC and HTGPC.
There were also many new LC/MS unveiled at the show, with no less than four new Evaporative Light Scattering Detectors on display (see sidebar).
Evaporative Light Scattering Detectors, or ELSDs, for HPLC were a major focus of many companies at Pittcon 2003.