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The advantages of pressure-resistant, high-performance polymer columns in HPLC and LC-MS

| Contributed by Shodex

State-of-the-art polymer columns can achieve more than you think, breaking the limitations of silica gel columns.

FTIR Analysis of Cannabis Oil Supplements

| Contributed by Specac

A wide variety of cannabis derived products are now available for purchase, although the legality of these products varies from country to country.

A Simple Step-by-Step Protocol for HILIC Method Development

| Contributed by Ace

Method development workflows are generally well established for reversed phase liquid chromatography.

The Power of Stationary Phase Selectivity

| Contributed by Ace

Method development is a process to select the chromatographic conditions best suited to obtain adequate separation of an analyte mixture.

Method development HILIC white paper

| Contributed by VWR

An intelligent solution for hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography method development

VWR Hitachi Chromaster plus Chromsword® Auto software

| Contributed by VWR

Chromsword® Auto CDS and Scout with VWR Hitachi Chromaster HPLC/UHPLC

How to Determine System Dwell Volume: Theory and Practice

| Contributed by Ace

Determining the dwell volume of an LC system is a useful activity.

Computer aided method development using in-silico computer modelling and 6 columns with unique selectivities

| Contributed by VWR

An off-line version of ChromSword (ChromSword 2) without instrument connection can be used as an aid to HPLC method development.

How to Determine Extra Column Dispersion and Extra Column Volume

| Contributed by Ace

The width of a chromatographic peak is dependent on various dispersion processes operating both inside and outside the column.

How to Determine Column Volume and Porosity

| Contributed by Ace

Measurement of the internal volume of an LC column is useful for a number of aspects of liquid chromatography.

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