Suitability in bioanalysis [Bioanalytics]

posted by selwa ts – Algeria, 2021-09-09 21:44 (449 d 03:19 ago) – Posting: # 22562
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Hello, I am addressing you in this post, for some informations that I need::confused:
(excuse me for my english I'm more French speaking)

First i would like to know how to insert suitability test solutions SS in a bach.

Secondly I want to know how to prepare them, are those solutions at the same concentration of that of CQ, but rather aqueous, or another level of concentration?and must

Do we have to prepare them with an scr or WS , and must we add some internal standard to it?

Thinks in advance

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