How to make chromatography more sustainable

Liquid chromatography as we know it, is not perceived as a “green” analytical method as up to now most analyses are performed using acetonitrile and other similar solvents, utilising relatively large dimension columns.

However there are a few possibilities to make chromatography a more “green” technique without compromising the performance of chromatographic separation.

In this webinar we will discuss different possibilities which should lead to a reduction of solvent consumption, for example by using smaller internal diameter columns and/or higher efficiency shorter columns.

Another direction to reduce the ecological footprint of chromatography is to switch to nontoxic mobile phases like bioethanol.

All these options are thoroughly discussed along with their impact on the chromatography and regulatory compliance in the webianr below.

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