Special Issues-04-01-2015

Special Issues

April 01, 2015

When I was asked to edit a supplement for LCGC again, I was delighted. My background in physical chemistry has always made me captivated by separation theory; my career in industry has taught me to be practical in its use.

The statistical overlap theory (SOT) of chromatography relates the number of peaks that appear in a chromatogram to the number of detectable components and the peak capacity.

A liquid chromatography–electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry (LC–ESI-MS-MS) method has been developed to determine multiple preservatives in cosmetics and personal care products.

Enhanced-fluidity liquids are organic solvents or organic–aqueous solvents mixed with high proportions of liquefied gases, such as carbon dioxide.

The most significant recent advancement in liquid chromatography (LC) column technology is the new generation of superficially porous silica particles.

Internal standard methods are used to improve the precision and accuracy of results where volume errors are difficult to predict and control.

Click the title above to open the LCGC North America April 2015 Recent Developments in HPLC and UHPLC Supplement, Vol 33 No s4, in an interactive PDF format.