LC Troubleshooting

Dec 01, 2017
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What are the most useful chromatography books on your bookshelf? What are the most useful web-based resources (such as websites, downloadable documents, videos) about separation science? What are the most useful tools supporting your work (such as calculators and simulators)? In this installment, Dwight Stoll compiles input from the separation science community (both individuals and vendors) to guide you to the resources that people find most useful.
Nov 01, 2017
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What’s not in your standard operating procedure? Documenting details can prevent headaches associated with method transfers between laboratories.
Oct 01, 2017
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In his final column before retirement, John Dolan reflects on the changes he has seen during his 34 years as the author of “LC Troubleshooting,” and shares his short list of best practices that still hold true today.
Sep 01, 2017
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When developing or modifying an LC separation, a common strategy is to change selectivity by choosing a new column. Here’s guidance for making that selection.
Aug 01, 2017
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You have to be careful when adjusting gradient conditions.
Jul 01, 2017
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We consider some of the details associated with preparing a column for storage, with an eye toward choices that will pay dividends in future use.
Jun 01, 2017
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How much of a change can you make to a USP method without revalidating the method?
May 01, 2017
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To change selectivity in LC, which variable should you choose?
Apr 01, 2017
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Learn how to find the “sweet spot” in terms of retention for a liquid chromatography separation and how to estimate how much a change in mobile-phase percent organic will affect retention.
Mar 01, 2017
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Here’s how to estimate the effects of changes in column length and particle diameter without conducting experiments in the laboratory.
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