Monday Morning Session: Packed Column Technologies I

E-Separation Solutions

Robert Stevenson of American Laboratory/Labcompare (Lafayette, California) and Ulrich Tallarek of Phillips-Universität Marburg (Marburg, Germany) will chair this Monday morning session titled “Chiral Separations†in Grand Ballroom A-E. The session will follow the morning's plenary lectures and will begin at 10:35 a.m.

Robert Stevenson of American Laboratory/Labcompare (Lafayette, California) and Ulrich Tallarek of Phillips-Universität Marburg (Marburg, Germany) will chair this Monday morning session titled “Chiral Separations” in Grand Ballroom A-E. The session will follow the morning’s plenary lectures and will begin at 10:35 a.m.

The session’s first presentation will be given by Georges Guiochon of the University of Tennessee (Knoxville, Tennessee). The title of Guiochon’s presentation is “Challenges Encountered in Performing Ever Faster, More Efficient, Yet Practical Separations.”

Guiochon’s presentation will be followed by a study presented by Monika M. Dittmann of Agilent Technologies GmbH (Waldbronn, Germany). Dittmann’s presentation is titled “Separation Efficiency of Small and Micro-Bore (U)HPLC Columns in Isocratic and Gradient Separations: Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of Extra-Column Contributions.”

David McCalley of the University of the West of England (Bristol, UK) will present the next talk, titled “Comparison of the Overloading Behavior of Sub 3 Micrometers Superficially Porous and Sub 2 Micrometers Totally Porous Particles in RP-LC.”

The final talk in this Monday session is titled “Superficially Porous Particles with Wide Pores for Biomacromolecular Separations.” It will be presented by J.J. Kirkland of Advanced Materials Technology, Inc. (Wilmington, Delaware).