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Whether it will be inaccurate if there is water on the analysis vials during HPLC?

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Whether it will be inaccurate if there is water on the analysis vials during HPLC?

No, because the needle is not sampled during the needle insertion process. However, if the amount of water is relatively large, it is possible that water will flow into the sample through the needled hole to contaminate or dilute the sample. In addition, the needle may stick to the outer wall of the needle, resulting in residue.





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