Silica-Based HPLC Columns — Pore Sizes and Particle Diameters

October 3, 2013
Tony Taylor
Tony Taylor

Tony Taylor is Group Technical Director of Crawford Scientific Group and CHROMacademy. His background is in pharmaceutical R&D and polymer chemistry, but he has spent the past 20 years in training and consulting, working with Crawford Scientific Group clients to ensure they attain the very best analytical science possible. He has trained and consulted with thousands of analytical chemists globally and is passionate about professional development in separation science, developing CHROMacademy as a means to provide high-quality online education to analytical chemists. His current research interests include HPLC column selectivity codification, advanced automated sample preparation, and LC–MS and GC–MS for materials characterization, especially in the field of extractables and leachables analysis.

The Column

The Column, The Column-10-03-2013, Volume 9, Issue 18

In this technical tip from CHROMacademy we re-visit some of the lesser known or remembered facts relating to silica particles used in chromatography.

In this technical tip from CHROMacademy we re-visit some of the lesser known or remembered facts relating to silica particles used in chromatography.

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