Volume 3 Issue 3
Welcome to the eleventh edition of Chromatography Today, the theme for this edition is developments in high temperature separations
Temperature as a separation tool is not new to the separation community.
The Polymer industry realisedmany years ago that if it was going to be able to controlmolecular weight distributions for the newer emerging polymers it would require instrumentation to be run at high temperature tomaintain sample solubility. The instrument companies responded to this demand and the first liquid chromatographs and columns - albeit for size exclusion chromatography, were developed with the capabilities of running up to 180C.View Digital Edition
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