Lloyd Snyder was one of perhaps ten “founding fathers” of high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), with seminal publications in most areas, including adsorption (normal phase), reversed phase, isocratic, gradient, and preparative chromatography; plus solvent, temperature, and column selectivity. With nine books, several hundred publications, and an h-index of 83, he was one of the most widely cited chromatographers and received many of the most prestigious awards in separation science.
Lloyd Snyder was one the “founding fathers” of high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). He was one of the most widely cited chromatographers with many important contributions to the field of separation science.
In advance of PittconIn advance of Pittcon 2018, leading scientists-Ronald Majors, Richard Henry, John W. Dolan, Zachary S. Breitbach, and Daniel W. Armstrong-who will be speaking at the LCGC awards symposium give us a preview of their talks.
Here are five ideas to help avoid common problems.
John shares lessons learned from his more than three decades of teaching liquid chromatography practitioners and helping them solve their problems.
Want to improve column life? Here are some ideas.