LCGC North America February 2015

February 2015 | Volume 33, Issue 2
Column Watch
Understanding the interactions that stationary-phase chemistries provide will help you choose the most appropriate blend of interactions to address a given separation challenge.
By LCGC Editors
Highlights of SFC 2014, Larry Miller and Larry Taylor
LC Troubleshooting
Why are liquid chromatography retention times sometimes so slow to stabilize?
The Essentials
Choosing the correct column selectivity and dimensions is fundamental to successful gas chromatography method development.
Featured Article
The lives, careers, and achievements of the 2015 LCGC Award winners — Joseph Jack Kirkland, the winner of the 2015 Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award, and Caroline West, the 2015 Emerging Leader in Chromatography — are highlighted here.
Peer-Reviewed Article
Methotrexate and sulfasalazine are often used together to treat rheumatoid arthritis, so it is valuable to be able to monitor plasma levels of both drugs simultaneously. This method achieves that by using two detector wavelengths, 304 nm for methotrexate and 358 nm for sulfasalazine.
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