This is first in a series of blog posts on video tips developed for the Chromeleon CDS software. This first 49-second video shows how easy it is to acquire any instrument setting as a virtual channel in Chromeleon CDS software version 7.1. This can be used for diagnostic purposes or for creating combined signals (e.g. the sum of 2 different wavelengths).
In case you are interested in reading an application that uses a virtual channel to continuously monitor pH, check out Application Note 188, Determination of Glycols and Alcohols in Fermentation Broths Using Ion-Exclusion Chromatography and Pulsed Amperometric Detection, on our website.
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Look for our next Chromeleon software video tip next week!