Erzsébet Oláh

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Columns packed with sub-2 μm totally porous and sub-3 μm core-shell particles are very widespread nowadays to conduct fast and efficient separations. In order to carry out really fast separations, short (5 cm long) columns are very popular today. The goal of this paper is to review the recent possibilities in fast or "ultra-fast" HPLC by applying short and(More)
We report the adsorption of phenol and dopamine probe molecules, from aqueous solution with NaCl, on commercial multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) and on their carboxylated derivative. The nanotubes were fully characterized by high resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM), small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), potentiometric titration,(More)
This paper demonstrates the analysis of levetiracetam, a new chiral antiepileptic drug, at ng/mL levels using an ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC)-photodiode absorbance (PDA) method. Three different sample preparation methods, liquid-liquid extraction with Extrelut, solid phase extraction (SPE) with Oasis HLB and Oasis MAX SPE cartridges,(More)
New shell-type stationary phases are widely used in fast chromatographic measurements. These columns provide more efficient separation, when applied in a conventional high-performance liquid chromatography instrument, than columns with fully porous particles, and the volume overload of core-shell particles is 60% of the value obtained for fully porous(More)
Today sub-2 microm packed columns are very popular to conduct fast chromatographic separations. The mass-transfer resistance depends on the particle size but some practical limits exist not to reach the theoretically expected plate height and mass-transfer resistance. Another approach applies particles with shortened diffusion path to enhance the efficiency(More)