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Title: Detection methods in superheated water chromatography
Authors: Smith, Roger M.
Issue Date: 2002
Abstract: Because water at elevated temperatures can be used as a mobile phase for reversed-phase HPLC or as an extraction solvent, it has attracted considerable recent interest as a green mobile phase, avoiding the use of organic solvents in analytical chemistry. Because of the low vapour pressure of water, even at 200 °C, the instrumentation required is simple and standard HPLC systems can be readily adapted by the addition of a high temperature oven and the creation of a pressure restrictor. This can be as simple as a 2-3 m length of narrow bore PEEK tubing or a mechanical SFC type restrictor .
Description: This is a conference paper from the 26th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and related techniques, Montreal, Canada, June 2 - 7, 2002.
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/2344
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