Measuring quality of chromatogram – Tools 1.0

Lead In the previous post, we talked about choosing suitable initial conditions when developing a new liquid chromatography (LC) method. The possibility of a successful separation is increased by selecting the appropriate column conditions and mobile phase composition. Getting the controls that quantitatively measure the separation’s quality is another crucial step in the method development process. Although the majority of chromatographers are able to assess the separation quality from a chromatogram, it is critical to …

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Selecting the tools

Lead Starting out with a sound strategy is one of the most important aspects of minimizing chromatographic separation issues. A good method makes it much simpler to maintain operation within parameters and address issues as they appear. Selecting the right tools is very critical to achieve the best results,. By looking at the cause-and-effect diagram given below one can understand the factors that influence chromatographic separation. Basically the factors falls into two major categories namely …

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HPLC Method Development – prelude

Lead Many chromatographers develop HPLC separations on a daily basis. The philosophy behind method development is founded on a number of factors. Today, chromatographic separation and how it varies depending on the sample and experimental conditions have a good practical understanding. This understanding of the chromatographic process should serve as the foundation for any methodological approach to HPLC method development. Most of the time, a desired separation can be easily accomplished with a minimal number …

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