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HPLC Gradient Elution ā€“ Baseline Drift » HPLC Gradient Elution

The CHROMacademy technical team was recently posed with the question of the causes of baseline drift in gradient HPLC.
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An Alternative Approach to Troubleshooting Variable Peak Height/Area in HPLC » Variable Peak Height/Area in HPLC

When a problem with an HPLC separation occurs it is often best to take a step back and think about what may have caused the problem, before taking any drastic action such as dismantling the system and then finding that you don’t know how to put it back together!
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Troubleshooting retention time variability in HPLC » Retention Time Variability in HPLC

Thereā€™s a whole bunch of retention time issues that cause us problems in HPLC. A lot of the underlying causes we can do something about ā€“ others we just need to be aware of the cause and put our minds to rest. This technical tip will outline how to overcome, or better control, these issues.
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LOWThe Fundamentals of HPLC

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The CHROMacademy HPLC training courses cover the fundamental concepts such as the resolution equation and mechanisms of the various separation modes to more advanced topics such as gradient optimization, working principles of pumps, autosamplers and detectors.

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Welcome to the HPLC department

Dwight R. Stoll  Assistant Professor of Chemistry  Gustavus Adolphus College  In the not-too-distant past some have suggested that HPLC as an analytical technique was mature, without much room for further development....

Dwight R. Stoll
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Gustavus Adolphus College
www.multidlc.com/drstoll/
tutor@support.chromacademy.com

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Welcome to theCHROMacademy HPLC department

Dwight R. Stoll  Assistant Professor of Chemistry  Gustavus Adolphus College  In the not-too-distant past some have suggested that HPLC as an analytical technique was mature, without much room for further development. However, a quick review of the current literature as well as information from manufacturers of HPLC instrumentation and consumables shows us that this could not be further from the truth. Indeed, this is an exciting time to be involved with the HPLC community, with so much innovation occurring in instrumentation, stationary phase development, and methodology. Along with the excitement around this rapidly changing landscape, though, comes the challenge of 'keeping up', and CHROMacademy is the perfect vehicle to address this challenge.

In the HPLC Department we present current, dynamic, and interactive content to address the learning goals of a variety of students ranging from undergraduates to graduate students, and practicing chromatographers. I am excited to head the department, and look forward to the continued expansion of topics addressed, as well as revision of existing topics to keep them current as technology changes. I hope that you will contact me with any suggestions you have for new topics or adjustments to existing topics by writing to tutor@support.chromacademy.com.
I do hope you enjoy the site, and wish you the best in your continued learning about HPLC.

Dwight R. Stoll
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Gustavus Adolphus College
www.multidlc.com/drstoll/