Matthew A. James | Authors

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Translations Between Differing Liquid Chromatography Formats: Advantages, Principles, and Possible Pitfalls

The numerous advantages of translating gradient chromatographic methods between the differing formats of LC have been explored and discussed. While translations in principle obey well defined chromatographic theories, the authors investigate a number of potential pitfalls that may result in poor translations as exhibited by selectivity differences, changes in efficiency, and hence failure to meet resolution system suitability criteria.

Translations Between Differing Liquid Chromatography Formats: Advantages, Principles, and Possible Pitfalls

The numerous advantages of translating gradient chromatographic methods between the differing formats of LC have been explored and discussed. While translations in principle obey well defined chromatographic theories, the authors investigate a number of potential pitfalls that may result in poor translations as exhibited by selectivity differences, changes in efficiency, and hence failure to meet resolution system suitability criteria.