Peter Dawes | Authors


The Use of Subtle Differences in Selectivity to Improve Separation of Structurally Diverse Analytes

The separation of structurally diverse analytes is often complicated by chance coelutions with other analytes or with matrix related compounds. Often the column is blamed, but while such coelutions make analysis difficult they do not necessarily indicate a faulty column, poor chromatography or method design.

The Integration of Microextraction Packed Sorbent (MEPS) into Multidimensional Strategies

LC/GC approaches to analysis are attractive because they combine the selectivity of solid-phase sorbents in the first dimension with the separating power and peak capacity of capillary GC in the following dimensions.