1992-1. Extracolumn Effects

Chromatographic peak broadening that occurs outside of the column can ruin an otherwise satisfactory separation. LCGC 10(1) 20-25 (1992) John W. Dolan

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1990-2. Problems with Small-Volume Columns

Small liquid chromatographic columns have become workhorses for routine analysis in many labs, but for the uninitiated, small columns can mean big problems. Short, small-particle, or microbore columns can be rendered useless by conditions that don’t affect traditional 25-cm columns. LCGC 8(2) 98-102 (1990) John W. Dolan and Dana C. […]

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