Learn to maximize the performance of your HPLC or UHPLC system with this resource from leading experts in the field
Optimization in HPLC: Concepts and Strategies delivers tried-and-tested strategies for optimizing the performance of HPLC and UHPLC systems for a wide variety of analytical tasks. The book explains how to optimize the different HPLC operation modes for a range of analyses, including small molecules, chiral substances, and biomolecules. It also shows readers when and how computational tools may be used to optimize performance.
The practice-oriented text describes common challenges faced by users and developers of HPLC and UHPLC systems, as well as how those challenges can be overcome. Written for first-time and experienced users of HPLC technology and keeping pace with recent developments in HPLC instrumentation and operation modes, this comprehensive guide leaves few questions unanswered.
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Tailor-made for analytical chemists, chromatographers, pharmacologists, toxicologists, and lab technicians, Optimization in HPLC: Concepts and Strategies will also earn a place on the shelves of analytical laboratories in academia and industry who seek a one-stop reference for optimizing the performance of HPLC systems.