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As I mentioned in the last post from this series, capillary columns of 10–100 μm inner diameter are commonly used in nano-liquid chromatography setups. They are typically made either from fused silica or PEEK materials currently found in your everyday Gas Chromatography or HPLC, respectively. There are three basic types of capillary columns used in […]


A review was published yesterday in “Journal of Separation Science” by a group of Italian researchers. So far all I have is abstract: Since its first introduction by Karlsson and Novotny in 1988 nano-LC has emerged as a complementary and/or competitive separation method to conventional HPLC, offering several advantages such as higher efficiency, ability to […]


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