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In this third part in the series, we discuss chemical causes of peak asymmetry, including effects from mass overload and slow desorption kinetics.
What leads to an asymmetric peak shape? Physiochemical phenomena can help chromatographers identify whether the cause of asymmetry has a chemical or physical origin.
Peter Myers on the past, present, and future of stationary phases