Tony Edge | Authors


An Assessment of Stationary Phase Selectivity in SFC

Sustainability concerns are renewing interest in SFC, often as a substitute for HPLC. With the broader application of SFC, we need a better understanding of selectivity in SFC, where stationary phase classification is not well established. This study assessed and measured the selectivity differences afforded by three prototype SFC phases.

Low-Level Determination of Mutagenic Nitrosamine Impurities in Drug Substances by LC–MS/MS

This article discusses the development of a series of applications that will allow for the determination of a number of nitrosamines that have been identified by the FDA as genotoxins to monitor, initially showing how to perform a separation of these compounds from the API and then looking at how MS can be applied to the analysis to ensure that the required detection limits can be reached.

ChromSoc Activities: The Reid International Bioanalytical Forum

The Reid International Bioanalytical Forum is a conference geared towards bioanalytical scientists. It has a unique philosophy where challenging data is often presented to an audience who are encouraged to engage. This article describes how the meeting series was initiated and developed over the past 40 years and how this philosophy has been embedded into the meeting.

Impact of Chromatography on Life and Society

A theme for The Chromatographic Society Diamond Jubilee Year is to increase public awareness of chromatography. Often the general public, and even chromatographers themselves, fail to appreciate the importance of chromatography. Here Tony Edge, The Chromatographic Society Vice-President, discusses just how much chromatography underpins everyday life.