Low Pressure Liquid Chromatography Sample Preparation, Extraction and Separation: Chromatography from a Practical Point of View
Pressurised liquid chromatography has become a standard laboratory technique to separate mixtures of liquids. Chromatographic methods offer a quick, reliable and cost-effective solution for analysis or sample preparations. To help medium sized laboratories during the selection and adaption of chromatographic methods, Vogel Business Media released a new technical book that tackles PLC from a practitioner's angle.
Several practical examples of separation processes are used to introduce a number of versatile, powerful and cost effective separation processes. With the new book "Preparative Low Pressure Liquid Chromatography" by Hans Henke, Vogel aims to fill the gap between sample preparation and industrial production processes for medium sized laboratories. It addresses topics like direct and indirect separation of complex mixtures, isolation of main- or secondary components from several reaction products or the separation of natural or synthetic raw extracts.
Apart from sample preparations or mixture separations the book gives an impression of how to use chromatography to recycle valueable basic materials, or how to separate byproducts from a liquid for analysis. The use of LPLC for the chemical extraction of natural extracts, resins or essential oils is explained as is the separation and purification of reference and standard substances.
848 pages with many pictures shall help to illustrate the use of LPLC from a practitioner's point of view. Preparative Low Pressure Liquid Chromatography is available for EUR 198,-/ 318,00 sFR / 204,00 € (A) from Vogel Business Media.