Have We Really Peaked?
Liquid chromatography is not just an analytical tool for today, it offers a great deal for the future.
James Jorgenson |
Compared with 20 or 30 years ago, today’s routine LC separations are much faster and have higher resolution. Columns are far better deactivated and much more base-tolerant and reliable. The biggest single benefit from these developments has been the increased productivity of the individual analyst.
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