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Practical HPLC method development
Getting Started. Basics of Separation. Detection Sensitivity and Selectivity. Sample Preparation. The Column. Non--Ionic Samples: Reversed-- and Normal--Phase HPLC. Ionic Samples: Reversed--Phase,Expand
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Introduction to modern liquid chromatography
PREFACE. GLOSSARY OF SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS. 1 INTRODUCTION. 1.1 Background Information. 1.2 A Short History of HPLC. 1.3 Some Alternatives to HPLC. 1.4 Other Sources of HPLC Information.Expand
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Modern size-exclusion liquid chromatography : practice of gel permeation and gel filtration chromatography
Background. Retention. Band Broadening. Resolution. Equipment and Detectors. The Column. Operating Variables. Laboratory Techniques. Calibration. Data Handling. Special Techniques. Gel PermeationExpand
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Characteristics of superficially-porous silica particles for fast HPLC: some performance comparisons with sub-2-microm particles.
Columns of 2.7-microm fused-core (superficially porous) Type B silica particles allow very fast separations of small molecules at pressures available in most high-performance liquid chromatographyExpand
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Superficially porous silica microspheres for fast high-performance liquid chromatography of macromolecules.
Very fast reversed-phase separations of biomacromolecules are performed using columns made with superficially porous silica microsphere column packings ("Poroshell"). These column packings consist ofExpand
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Basic Concepts and the Control of Separation
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