Liquid chromatography is an analytical instrument used across a wide range of industries including pharmaceuticals, food and environment. In recent years, commercially available HPLC equipment has advanced automation and software control, and can be easily used in routine work following established SOP. It is also widely used for the fraction/purification of compounds. Since the choice of columns and equipment depends on the application needs, a strategy is required that fully considers the subsequent analysis.
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- Setting the fraction volume target
- The basic principles of scaling up
- Configuration of preparative HPLC