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What do the different chromatographic peak integration color fillings mean in UNIFI? - WKB81085

Article number: 81085

ENVIRONMENT

  • UNIFI

ANSWER

  • A peak for an identified component is displayed with a blue filling.

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  • A peak for an identified component exceeding the limit faults criteria (set by the user in the analysis method) is displayed with a red filling.

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  • A peak for an unidentified component is displayed with an orange filling.

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  • A peak for a "discovered component" is displayed with a green filling. Note: On a "discovered component", the user can configure protein assay (SEC) and glycan assay (FLR) analyses to identify and discover compounds using a separation calibration curve.

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  • A peak for an identified component that is filtered out from the component summary table is displayed with a white filling.

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  • If all filters are removed, all integrated peaks are displayed in red (if limits are set in the method), blue, and orange.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

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