HPLC is, for many scientists, an essential apparatus for the separation, identification, purification, and quantification of various compounds. Users of HPLC work in a variety of fields including biomedical research, and the cosmetics, energy, and food industries.

The origins of HPLC date back to the invention of chromatography in the early 20th century, through the introduction of partition and paper chromatography in the 1940s, to the introduction of liquid chromatography in the early 1960s. Shortly thereafter, the need for better resolution and high-speed analyses of nonvolatile samples led to the development of HPLC.

 In this eBook you'll learn: 

  • Questions to ask before buying an HPLC system
  • Maintenance tips on HPLC products
  • Expert advice on which HPLC techniques are best for your lab 
  • Featured products and new offers