A harmonization of all conventional hold-up volume methods was successfully applied to RPLC, HILIC, AEX, and RP-AEX mixed-mode chromatography, regardless of the mobile phase.
An UHPLC–MS research prototype instrument was built to improve the resolution power and the usability of conventional LC–MS hyphenated instruments for routine analyses in pharmaceutical applications.
With a new prototype, we explore how to improve the resolution power and usability of LC–MS instruments for routine analysis in pharmaceutical applications.
A gradient twin-column recycling liquid chromatography (GTCRLC) process has been developed and applied for the isolation of a single polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH), chrysene, present in a complex PAH mixture.
We investigate a phenomenon observed by many practitioners of reversed- phase LC: a dramatic loss in retention volume or time after the column flow is stopped and resumed when using highly aqueous mobile phases with certain columns.
At the 43rd International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC 2019) in Fort Worth, Texas, a panel addressed the current challenges and potential future directions in capillary liquid chromatography. How can their vision be achieved?