Shimadzu differentiates co-eluting UHPLC peaks using i-PDeA

Shimadzu has introduced a new peak separation methodology: intelligent Peak Deconvolution Analysis, or i-PDeA

Using i-PDeA, a target peak can be extracted from a main component, co-eluted peak, or unseparated peak. It can be applied to confirm contaminants and impurities in raw materials or final products.

i-PDeA enables the extraction of a single peak from co-eluted peaks by utilising differences in spectra.

The new separation method removes discussion of integration methods for co-eluted peaks. i-PDeA also helps detect impurity peaks in a target peak.

The benefits:

  • Using intelligent Peak Deconvolution Analysis (i-PDeA) a target peak can be extracted from a main component, co-eluted peak or unseparated peak at a click of a button
  • Retention time information as well as spectral analysis provided by the Shimadzu Photodiode array (PDA) detector enables separation of signals from co-eluting analytes
  • i-PDeA removes peak integration ambiguities
  • It can be used to confirm contaminants and impurities in raw materials or final products

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