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7 

Frational Inch
Converter NEW 


The HPLC column tubings and the like use fractional
inches. This tool is for converting between units of inches,
fractional inches, and millimeters. 





6 

Column Loading Amount
Calculator 


The sample injection volume or loading amount for an
HPLC column is generally proportional to the column's
crosssectional area. This tool can easily calculate the
target column's loading volume or amount when the column's
internal diameter is changed. 





5 

Peak Separation Simulator 


MENU 1: Input tR1, tR2, and N. Calculate Rs. MENU 2: Input tR1,
tR2, and Rs. Calculate N. MENU 3: Input tR1 and tR2.
Calculate N of Rs=1.5. MENU 4: Input tR1
and N. Calculate tR2 of Rs=1.5. 





4 

Solution Dilution Calculator 


This calculator is a tool for an accurate solution
dilution. Input an initial concentration value/unit, initial
or final volume, select unit you want to convert to, then press
“CALCULATE”. Molar weight is required to convert between %
concentration and molar concentration. Solution density is
assumed to be "1". 





3 

Concentration Unit
Converter 


This is a concentration unit converter tool for
accurate solution preparation. Input your starting
concentration value/unit and select the desired output unit to
get the final concentration value. Mass concentration can
easily be converted from a % value to molar mass. For very
low concentrations or if a number is not entered, a density
value of “1” will be automatically assigned. 





2 

Sample Concentration
Calculator 


Accurate weighing of
analytes is an essential task when preparing your sample
solution for injection. This tool will make the tedious
process of calculating sample weight and solution volume much
easier to achieve a desired sample concentration. This tool
will also make it simple to find the molar concentration of your
sample by inputting the molar mass (molecular weight).






1 

Column Pressure Unit
Converter 


HPLC instruments use a wide variety of pressure
units, even though SI has defined the standard unit of measuring
pressure to be “MPa”. Some common units used are MPa, bar,
psi and kgf/cm2. This tool makes it convenient to convert a
pressure value from one unit to another.
 





YAZAWA
Itaru (Imtakt Corp., JAPAN) 
[JAZZ1959] 
