Chemstation Calibration

  1. Chemstation Hplc Calibration
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Chemstation Hplc Calibration

We use chemstation B.03.02 and have been quantifying analytes and creating calibration tables using external standards. I would like to switch to using an internal std for quantification, but am not exactly sure how to set that up in chemstation.
Currently we are looking at three separate analytes, we make a 5 point calibration. The external standards are prepped for 5 concentrations ranging from 7.3ug/ml to 149.4mg/ml
If using the ISTD method in chemstation would we spike each calibration level at the same concentration as the analyte, or would the concentration of the ISTD be constant at all levels? The response of the analytes we are looking for are linear, thus I would think that the ISTD concentration would match that of the analyte for each calibration level, but I am not very familiar with chemstation, and want to make sure i'm setting up the calibration correctly.