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June 01, 2013
Supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) makes use of a supercritical fluid, typically carbon dioxide, instead of an organic or aqueous solvent, to carry the sample through the chromatography column.
The fundamental concepts of HPLC are re-examined.
This analysis offers insight for optimizing the structure of monoliths.
Joe Pesek answers questions about IEX, HILIC, polar-embedded, and polar-endcapped columns, and aqueous normal phase chromatography.
For the next improvements, we must look beyond the column.
Fasha Mahjoor, CEO of Phenomenex (Torrance, California), has been awarded an Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
For more than 40 years, he has been a master communicator. That's just one reason he has so many fans, and friends, around the world.
What problems in chromatogram may reveal, and what to do
How can the gradient dwell volume impact results?
HDX-MS as a means for performing routine biophysical analysis
Click the title above to open the LCGC North America June 2013 regular issue, Vol 31 No 6, in an interactive PDF format.