James P. Grinias | Authors

James P. Grinias is an associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Rowan University, and a member of the EAB for LCGC North America.


LCGC and ACS Subdivision on Chromatography and Separations Chemistry Survey 2023: What Skills Do New Analytical Chemistry Employees Need?

For this year’s career issue, LCGC North America teamed up with the American Chemical Society Subdivision on Chromatography and Separations Chemistry to ask the analytical chemistry community what skills new employees in the field need to succeed. In this report, we analyze the survey results and explore how they can inform the future of analytical chemistry curriculum development.

Liquid Chromatography Column Design and Dimensional Analysis of the van Deemter Equation

The fundamental mechanisms of band broadening are usually introduced to students through the van Deemter equation. Dimensional analysis of this equation can give physical meaning to the equation coefficients and enhance our understanding relative to qualitative descriptions. This approach can also guide improvements to future liquid chromatography (LC) column designs.