Volume 8 Issue 1
I’d like to wish you a warm welcome to the first edition of Chromatography Today in 2015. The theme for this edition is “superficially porous particles – a market update”. This proved to be a very popular topic when we last discussed this in our May 2012 edition with notable contributions from James Heaton (University of the West of England) and Fabrice Gritti (University of Tennessee).
On this occasion we want to present articles which reflect the updates in the technology since that time. Many of the advancements in this field are being driven by the manufacturers, and appropriately we reflect this by including articles from a number of vendors covering areas such as sub 2 micron particles, alternative selectivity phases and high pH stable offerings – the latter in particular an area which chromatographers have been eagerly awaiting for some time. We’re currently evaluating this technology in my department and it’s certainly looking an impressive addition to our chromatography toolbox, so I hope you enjoy the articles in this edition and can apply this latest information in your work too.
In This Issue
- Recent Trends and Advances in Superfi cially Porous Particle Technology: Application to Large Molecule Separations
- Solid Core - Understanding the Technology of Today to Help Design the Particle of Tomorrow
- The Chromatographic Society Industrial Bursary Scheme
- British Mass Spectrometry Society and RSC Separation
- Science Group Summer Studentships
- Evaluation of Six Core Shell Columns Based on Separation Behaviour and Physical Properties
- High Effi ciency Narrow-Bore Columns Packed with 1.6 and 2.7 μm Solid Core Particles
- An Extension to Core-Shell Particle Technology – New Applicability at High pH
- Translating Monograph Chromatography Methods to Smaller Dimension Columns with Porous and Solid Core particles Using new Guidance from USP <621>
- Advances in Superfi cially Porous Particles for Increased Method Development Flexibility and Scalability
- Identifying the Increased Scope of Core-Shell Technology for HPLC and UHPLC Chromatographers
- Advances in Bio-Separations Biologics Characterisation from Cradle to Grave 12th – 13th May 2015 at MedImmune, Cambridge
- I have Outsourced my Method and now it has Stopped Working?
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