Volume 0 Issue 2 | January 2012
Unlike many other mature analytical technologies, HPLC seems to have entered a period of intense innovation and competition. During the last decade we have witnessed the debut and evolution of ultra high-performance LC (UHPLC), widespread adoption of
Although by no means the only operational issue involved in HPLC, cost of ownership is something everyone considers and ultimately comes to grips with. Cost of ownership for an HPLC system is complicated by several factors, for example operational ro
High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) columns are considered the “heart” of the instrument used to transport the analyte and the mobile phase and provide the environment in which separation is achieved. HPLC columns are
Nowhere is the controversy over instrument upgrades more animated than in HPLC, or more correctly, in the debate over switching from HPLC to UHPLC. Before delving into that controversy, it is useful to note that more users than ever view upgradeabili
UHPLC – ultra high performance liquid chromatography – systems have been around since 2003 and continue to grow. These systems, while having better performance than traditional HPLC, have more limited surface chemistries than HPLC.
Our Experts: Mary Snider, Chemist, Catalent Pharma Solutions, Somerset, NJ Prof. Richmond Sarpong, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley David Norris, President, David Norris Analytical, Kent, UK Liang
The origins of high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) date back to the invention of chromatography in the early 20th century, then to partition and paper chromatography in the 1940s, and finally to the introduction of liquid chromatography in