Special Issues-11-01-2015

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Ron Majors’s personal recollections on the first 50 years of column development-with perspectives on what was going on behind the scenes, particularly during the exciting early days-including a summary of his early publications that contributed to development of HPLC column technology.

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November 01, 2015

Ron Majors’s personal recollections on the first 50 years of column development-with perspectives on what was going on behind the scenes, particularly during the exciting early days-including a summary of his early publications that contributed to development of HPLC column technology.

A summary of the results from a survey of 14 leading HPLC–UHPLC column experts is presented, covering the state of sub-2-?m porous particles, superficially porous (core–shell) particles, silica monoliths, and polymeric monoliths.

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Throughout his career, Ron Majors always had his finger on the pulse of the latest chromatography developments, and he kept readers in the know too.

An unbiased summary of the state of the art up to mid-1994, which actually marked the first 27 years of HPLC.

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This article provided guidance for working with the low-dispersion, small-volume columns that were gaining popularity in 2003. These considerations are still appropriate today with the short, narrow HPLC and UHPLC columns now in vogue. Anatomy

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This article was the first one devoted to developments in column hardware, revealing the mysteries of key early developments, explaining how column design had changed, and providing information that is still relevant today.

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November 01, 2015

This first installment of the “Sample Prep Perspectives” column presents an overview of the primary manual and automated sample preparation techniques-methods that are much the same as those in use today.

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November 01, 2015

A survey of LCGC readers on sample preparation techniques and methodology investigated trends in technologies being used, sample loads, sample sizes, automation, the use of SPE devices (cartridges, disks, plates, tips), SPE chemistries, selection criteria, and problems encountered.

Click the title above to open the LCGC North America November 2015 Best of Column Watch and Sample Prep Perspectives Supplement, Vol 33 No s11, in an interactive PDF format.