This book is written in three parts. The first part, Modern HPLC Theory and Practice, covers the theory and current advances in HPLC retention mechanism; and the role of the column, mobile phase, and temperature in method selectivity and chromatographic retention including practical applications. The second part, HPLC in the Pharmaceutical Industry, discusses method development strategies and method validation at various stages of the drug development process with emphasis on GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) requirements, including practical applications. The final part, Hyphenated Techniques and Specialized HPLC Separations, provides a selection of HPLC applications and methodologies. HPLC for Pharmaceutical Scientists is an excellent handbook for both novice and experienced chemists who regularly use HPLC as an analytical tool to solve challenging problems in the pharmaceutical industry.

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PublisherJohn Wiley
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2011