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Techniques & Tools Technology, Liquid Chromatography

Tea With Monika Dittman

The delightful Monika Dittman joins Rich Whitworth for tea in Geneva and once again “surfs” the limits of liquid chromatography. Monika considers a future where multidimensional separations are a necessity – after all, she says, instrument companies have already offered the ability to perform routine 2D-LC analyses.

Looking further ahead, Monika believes Peter Schoenmakers’ work on the potential of three-dimensional LC offers a glimpse of the future: seriously powerful separations.

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Monika Dittmann

Monika Dittmann is Principal Scientist R&D at Agilent Technologies, Germany.

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