Trouble Free HPLC Analysis of Creams and Lotions: Beautiful Separations of Beauty Products
02 Dec 2014

Analyzing matrix rich samples, such as creams and lotions, with high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) can be challenging when using conventional particle-packed columns. In contrast, monolithic silica columns are highly permeable and porous, resulting in low back pressure that allows for more flexible flow rates.

In this webinar, the analysis of ‘dirty’ samples and complex matrices using state-of-the-art monolithic silica HPLC technology is discussed. Using case studies, our speaker will demonstrate how you can achieve excellent separations with minimal sample preparation and faster analysis times.

By watching this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Easily and efficiently analyze difficult samples such as creams and lotions
  • witch from particle packed columns to monolithic silica columns
  • Rapidly re-equilibrate your columns between analyses


Merck Millipore



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