Orapin Chienthavorn | Authors


Superheated Water: A New Look at Chromatographic Eluents for Reversed-Phase HPLC

The authors describe the results they've achieved by using water heated to 100–240 ºC as a liquid eluent for reversed-phase HPLC instead of an organic modifier. They point out that this alternative avoids many of the problems – toxicity, flammability, and cost – associated with organic modifiers.