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Computer-controlled Absorption, Fluorescence, and Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectrometry for Liquid Chromatographic Detection
Volume 35, Number 6 (Dec. 1981) Page 576-581
Boutilier, G.D.; Irwin, R.M.; Antcliff, R.R.; Rogers, L.B.; Carreira, L.A.; Azarraga, Leo
A computer-controlled liquid chromatograph is described using two pumps for gradient elution. An absorption, fluorescence, and fluorescence-excitation detection system is centered around a silicon intensified target Vidicon detector. This allows fluorescence and absorption spectra to be recorded and stored every 3 s without stopping flow. A coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectrometer is also used in series in the detection scheme. This overall system allows great flexibility and the acquisition of a large amount of data from a single separation.