To be able to study samples of increasing complexity, analytic separation techniques such as liquid chromatography need to meet ever higher requirements. Compared to conventional, one-dimensional liquid chromatography, using two-dimensional liquid chromatography can increase the separation power by two orders of magnitude for complex separations. If this is extended to three dimensions the separation power can be dramatically increased again. Ekaterina Davydova investigates the potential of different modes of multi-dimensional liquid chromatography systems and formulates guidelines for the optimal design of spatial separation devices.
E. Davydova: Optimization of Designs for Spatial Multi-dimensional Separations.
Prof. P.J. Schoenmakers
Prof. S. Eeltink (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Dr G. Vivó-Truyols
Prof. G.E. Desmet (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
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