Donald S. Risley | Authors

Eli Lilly and Company Pharmaceutical Product Research and Development, Lilly Research Laboratories, Indianapolis, Indiana.


Comparison of an Evaporative Light-Scattering Detector and a Chemiluminescent Nitrogen Detector for Analyzing Compounds Lacking a Sufficient UV Chromophore

The authors discuss the advantages and disadvantages of evaporative light-scattering detection and chemiluminescent nitrogen detection for determining compounds lacking UV chromophores.

Analysis of Weak UV-Absorbing Pharmaceutical Drug Substances Using CE with Condensation Nucleation Light-Scattering Detection

The authors descibe the use of CE with condensation nucleation light-scattering detection to analyze three pharmaceutical analytes. Because the compounds lack adequate UV chromophores, they require a more sensitive means of detection.