2003-4. Flow Rate and Peak Spacing

Flow-rate changes might or might not be acceptable means to adjust retention. LCGC 21(4)350-354 (2003) John W. Dolan erratum: text associated with equation 3 should have stated “If the flow rate is halved from 2 mL/min to 1 mL/min k* is halved.”

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1993-12. Worth Repeating

Like a dental checkup, a regular review of common LC problems sources helps remind us to strive for better separations. LCGC 11(12) 858-860 (1993) John W. Dolan

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1990-6. Peak Tracking

If you lack the proper skills, peak tracking during method development can be a nightmare. Simple techniques that take advantage of retention time, area, and ratio matching can remove much of the mystery from matching peaks between LC runs. LCGC 8(6) 446-452 (1990) John W. Dolan

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