The Benefits of Reversed Phases with Extended Polar Selectivity in Analyzing Wide-Polarity-Range Samples

January 1, 2002
I. Chappell

LCGC North America

LCGC North America, LCGC North America-01-01-2002, Volume 20, Issue 1

This article describes the use of phases with extended polar selectivity to reduce analysis time for wide-polarity-range samples such as an insecticide, simulated carboxylic acid degradants, and phthalate esters.

 

 

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