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Improve peak shape and efficiency in your Ph. Eur. methods

publication date: Nov 10, 2020
author/source: YMC Europe GmbH


Are you working with methods derived from monographs of the European Pharmacopoeia(Ph. Eur.)?

Are you experiencing peak shape distortions for early eluting compounds or do you want to increase efficiency of your separation?
In some methods derived from the Pharmacopoeia the stipulation of a specific injection solvent can lead to issues with peak shape and a reduced sensitivity for some or all compounds analysed. With a custom injection program, you can overcome this hurdle and still be conform to Pharmacopoeia guidelines. Your gain will be a higher chance to achieve your system suitability criterions and a more reproducible and robust analysis.
Download our new Expert Tip for an easy solution for distorted peaks in HPLC methods of the European Pharmacopoeia and benefit from more reproducible results.


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