Special Issues-06-02-2019

Special Issues June 2019
Special Issues

June 01, 2019

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Ultrahigh efficiency separations based on the presence of one deuterium in benzene, toluene, and naphthalene were achieved by recycle chromatography using C18 silica columns. The discrimination mechanism of H/D isotopic species is discussed based on the dispersion interactions of a CH/CD group of the solute with the stationary phase as well as the mobile phase.

Special Issues
Articles

June 01, 2019

The advantages and limitations of several recently introduced mathematical procedures for enhancing peak resolution in liquid chromatography (LC) are described. Despite advanced separation technologies and extensive knowledge in method development, peak overlap is still commonly observed. This article gives a brief overview of the advantages and limitations of recently introduced mathematical procedures for enhancing resolution.

The impact of ionic strength, buffer capacity, and pH-response on the retention behavior and peak shape of mAb species characterization is evaluated for IEX-MS. The aim of the present study was to understand the impact of ionic strength, buffer capacity, and pH-response on the retention behavior and peak shape of mAb species.

The design of a user-friendly vacuum-jacketed column (VJC) is described for improved LC–MS performance, which does not require a large vacuum chamber with multiple vacuum pumps. Using this configuration, the experimental peak capacities measured for a 2.1 mm × 100 mm column packed with sub-2-μm particles and placed in the VJC-MS probe are doubled with respect to standard LC–MS systems.