Peak Shape Behavior as a Function of pH and Mobile Phase Composition

May 12, 2008
E-Separation Solutions

HPLC 2008 will surely be an exceptional conference with sessions like, "Applications of Retention Mechanisms" which I will be attending this evening.

HPLC 2008 will surely be an exceptional conference with sessions like, "Applications of Retention Mechanisms" which I will be attending this evening. The session will consist of three parts. Bristol-Myers Squibb and one of LCGC's Editorial Advisory Board members, Peter Carr, are presenting the first part, "Critical Evaluation for Selecting Reversed-phase Stationary Phases Based on Column Selectivity, Silanophilicity, and Sample Loadability." The second part of this session is titled, “Restricted Access Media-molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Class-specific Extraction of Antiepilectics from Environmental Waters Samples." Finally, the last part, “Peak Shape Behavior as a Function of pH and Mobile Phase Composition,” will also be presented by one of LCGC's Editorial Advisory Board members, Brian A. Bidlingmeyer from Agilent, and one of his colleagues