The Role of Porous Graphitic Carbon in HPLC

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LCGC North America, January 2000, Volume 18, Issue 1
Pages: 14–27

Columns | <b>Column: Column Watch</b>

Retention of polar compounds and the separation of closely related compounds have become two very challenging areas for chromatographers today. Often the solution seems to lie beyond the reach of traditional silica-based stationary phases. In this "Column Watch" installment, guest author Paul Ross reviews the role of graphite carbon as a means of solving these problem separations.