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Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography, Liquid Chromatography

Landmark Literature: 2015

SFC Star

By Davy Guillarme, Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Geneva/University of Lausanne, Geneva, Switzerland

Let me begin by setting the scene for the paper I’ve chosen. In the last few years, people are regaining interest in supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) at the analytical scale. This is largely due to the commercialization of new generation SFC systems. These systems offer enhanced sensitivity, robustness, and quantitative performance. In addition, they present a better compatibility with modern stationary phases, such as those packed with sub-2 µm fully porous particles or sub-3 µm superficially porous particles.

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About the Authors

Davy Guillarme

Davy Guillarme is Senior Lecturer in the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Geneva/University of Lausanne, Geneva, Switzerland.


author Hans-Gerd.Janssen

Hans-Gerd Janssen

“A chemical engineer is what I wanted to be,” says Hans-Gerd, and so, decided not to go to a “regular, dull ” university but to a University of Technology. “I then got annoyed by the approximate nature of chemical engineering.” Of special interest to Hans Gerd now are food samples. “I want to understand why certain foods are safe and of high quality whereas others are poor. Analytical chemistry, my field of work for almost 30 years now, is key to that,” he says.

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