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Stationary phases for superheated water chromatography

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This project focused on the comparison of conventional liquid chromatography and superheated water chromatography. It examined the differences in efficiency and retention of a range of different stationary phases. Alkyl aryl ketones and eight aromatic compounds were separated on PBD-zirconia, Xterra™ RP 18, Luna™ C18(2) and Oasis HLB™ columns using conventional LC and superheated water chromatography system. The retention indices were determined in the different eluents. On changing the organic component of the eluent from methanol to acetonitrile to superheated water considerable improvements were found in the peak shapes and column efficiencies on the PBD-zirconia and Oasis HLB™ columns. [Continues.]

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Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (BCSIR) (HRDP Scholarship).

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© Shikha Saha

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2002

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A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy at Loughborough University.

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