Benefits of elevated-temperature seperations in LC are discusssed.
An exploration of the usefulness and relevance of the van 't Hoff equation using various examples from the literature
The authors explore some basic thermodynamic relationships.
Benefits of using elevated-temperature separations and some practical considerations for implementing this approach.
Transforming "standard" gradient HPLC systems into extremely fast gradient systems is readily achievable with proper application of chromatographic principles, particularly temperature control, combined with utilization of advanced HPLC columns. Bottom line: You don't have to buy a new LC to achieve ultra high quality and speed!