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Using coupled monolithic rods for ultra-high peak capacity LC and LC-MS under normal LC operating pressures

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posted on 2023-05-17, 06:57 authored by Bones, J, Duffy, C, Miroslav MackaMiroslav Macka, Brett PaullBrett Paull
Up to ten individual reversed-phase monolithic LC columns were efficiently coupled to equal a total column length of 1 m. The column generated up to 90 000 theoretical plates under optimum conditions with a peak capacity under gradient conditions of 244 peaks h(-1) at a total column backpressure of just 140 bar, directly coupled to ESI-MS.

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Publication title

The Analyst

Volume

133

Pagination

180-183

ISSN

0003-2654

Department/School

School of Natural Sciences

Publisher

Royal Soc Chemistry

Place of publication

Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Rd, Cambridge, England, Cambs, Cb4 0Wf

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