Waters Podcast: What is sub-2 micron column chemistry and why is it important to chromatography today?


Everything you've ever wanted to know about UPLC: A practical guide to scientific and business achievement

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In this podcast series, we’ll be discussing how users can benefit from UPLC separations technology in their laboratories. We have heard all the hype about specifications from marketing, but what is it about this technology that, when in the hands of real users, allows them to achieve the scientific and business benefits that the chromatography community has proclaimed so widely in peer-reviewed journals, scientific meetings, and testimonials in the media?

Through a variety of topics and scientific examples, this series will help you to gain a better understanding of UPLC technology, how to realize the benefits for your applications, and how to easily adopt UPLC technology for instant chromatographic success.

For decades reducing stationary phase particle size has been exploited to improve chromatographic separations. By reducing particle size, efficiencies can be improved and separations can be optimized for speed, resolution and sensitivity, or a combination of all these attributes. In this podcast, we’ll discuss in detail why sub-2 µm chemistries and systems designed to exploit them are playing an increasingly important role in modern chromatography.

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