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High Performance Liquid Chromatography, 2nd Edition



High Performance Liquid Chromatography, 2nd Edition

Sandie Lindsay, John Barnes (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-93115-7 July 1992 360 Pages


High performance liquid chromatography is the most powerful of all the chromatographic techniques, often achieving separations and analyses that would be difficult or impossible with other forms of chromatography. This study and training text examines the concepts and techniques used in this field. A selection of literature available from equipment manufacturers is included along with a brief review of some more specialized topics.
Retention and Peak Dispersion.

Solvent Delivery and Sample Injection.



The Mobile Phase.

Column Packings and Modes of HPLC.

Method Development.

Some Practical Aspects of HPLC.

Some Additional Topics.

Units of Measurement.