Developments in the Preparation of Organic Polymer Monoliths for the Separation of Small Molecules
Recent developments have made organic polymer monoliths much more suitable for the separation of small molecules.
Standardized Testing of Silica as a Base Material for Difficult Bonded-Phase Preparative Applications
Mechanical strength, acid and alkaline durability, loadability, and overload characteristics are a few of the parameters evaluated.
Translations Between Differing Liquid Chromatography Formats: Advantages, Principles, and Possible Pitfalls
When transferring a method between HPLC and UHPLC, various potential pitfalls may result in selectivity differences, changes in efficiency, and failure to meet resolution system suitability criteria.
Seven Common Faux Pas in Modern HPLC
Because of improved technologies and other changes in modern HPLC, these seven common practices are now highly questionable.
How Much Retention Time Variation Is Normal?
Small changes in retention time with an LC method are normal. At what point is a problem suggested?
Current Practices and Considerations for a Stability-Indicating Method in Pharmaceutical Analysis
What are the characteristics and relevant considerations for the development and validation of a stability-indicating method?
Modern Mass Spectrometry in Protein Analysis
An overview of the analytical approaches used for the analysis of biomolecules
Vol 32 No 8 LCGC North America August 2014 Regular Issue PDF
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