Why Is Open-Access Hyphenation Important for Chromatographers? An HPLC Interview with John Langley


At HPLC 2023, LCGC spoke with John Langley of the University of Southampton in the UK. These clips comprise one of several HPLC interviews that were conducted at the conference.

Langley spoke with us at HPLC 2023 in Dusseldorf, Germany, where he presented and moderated on panels related to developments in supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC).

Langley is a Professor at the University of Southampton in Southampton, UK.

In these interview clips, Langley answers the following:

  1. What is open access hyphenation? (00:16–00:59)
  2. Why is open access hyphenation important in your laboratory? (01:00–01:54)
  3. What are the benefits of open access RP-UHPLC-MS and open access UHPSFC-MS? (01:55–02:52)
  4. What are the benefits of open access 2D-LC-IMS-MS? (02:53–03:51)
  5. Are you planning to evolve open access hyphenation further? (03:52–04:42)
  6. Do you have advice for analysts who want to implement open access hyphenation? (04:43–05:31)

This interview was one of several conducted at HPLC 2023. You can see our latest conference coverage, including our additional video interviews conducted at HPLC, at the following link: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/conferences/hplc

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