Automated device for continuous stirring while sampling in liquid chromatography systems

@article{Markovitch2020AutomatedDF,
  title={Automated device for continuous stirring while sampling in liquid chromatography systems},
  author={Omer Markovitch and Jim Ottel{\'e} and Obe Veldman and Sijbren Otto},
  journal={Communications Chemistry},
  year={2020},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-4}
}
Ultra-performance liquid chromatography is a common analysis tool, and stirring is common in many laboratory setups. Here we show a device which enables continuous stirring of samples whilst inside an ultra-performance liquid chromatography system. Utilizing standard magnetic stirring bars that fit standard vials, the device allows for the automation of experimental setups that require stirring. The device is designed such that it can replace the standard sample holder and fits in its place… 
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