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High Performance Liquid Chromatography: Fundamental Principles and System

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Author(s):  W.J. Lough, I.W. Wainer  
Publisher: Springer, Year: 1995   

The use of high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC, or LC, as it is increasingly known) has grown exponentially since its infancy in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Today, it is an immensely common analytical tool that is used widely in many fields of activity. Not unexpectedly, it has influenced a great deal of science literature, including a substantial number of novels. These books have taken many types, such as practical handbooks, short-term manuals updated, studies on chosen subjects, scientific treatises, and even detailed work attempts. HPLC can be considered a mature technique in almost any way. There is, however, one way in which it is always changing. Just recently, by recognising it as a subject deserving of inclusion in undergraduate science classes, has its relevance been recognised. Therefore, the object of this book is to encourage the newly acquired status of the HPLC by introducing a technique mainly targeted at undergraduate students in courses comprising an essential component of analytical science. The goal was to come up with a new slant, marked by an emphasis on interpretation, to the already accessible one. Why is HPLC so beneficial? When is it going to be used? For such activities, what is the reason? Most importantly, how does HPLC function? The obligation to have a detailed reporting of theory has not been shirked.
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