Practice of High Performance Liquid Chromatography: Applications, Equipment and Quantitative Analysis
Liquid chromatography equipment; Quantitative analysis in HPLC; Preparative application of HPLC; Column switching; Sample pretreatment and cleanup; Liquid-liquid chromatography; Ion pair liquid chromatography; Application of HPLC in inorganic chemistry; HPLC in forensic chemistry; Application of HPLC to the separation of lipids; Application of HPLC to the separation of metabolites of nucleic acids in physiological fluids; Application of HPLC to the analysis of natural and synthetic pharmaceutically important drugs; Application of HPLC for analysis of phychotropic drugs in body fluids; HPLC of amino acids and proteins; HPLC in the separation of coal and oil products.
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