Published: Jan 1990
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Automation of laboratory instrumentation has significantly increased the rate at which samples could be analyzed. However, productivity in some other processes have not made the same gains due to the human decisions and operations involved. The personal computer, combined with the capabilities of the analytical data system, can be used in new ways to atuomate some of these processes. As a result, significant improvements can be made in throughput and quality of reports.
data systems, personal computers, mass spectrometry, chromatography
Applications Chemist, Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA