Get your (U)HPLC methods back on track with our new (U)HPLC Troubleshooting Guide

Have you ever experienced problems with a new method?

Are your system suitability tests failing now for a method established years ago?
Is is your HPLC column dying too fast?

There are many possible reasons for these issues and their root cause can be hard to find. Our new (U)HPLC Troubleshooting Guide provides an easy breakdown of potential solutions for the most common issues in analytical liquid chromatography. With 40 pages of helpful tables, preventive measures and tips to eliminate unwanted effects on your analyses, this handbook is the perfect companion on your way to trouble-free routine results.

To get your digital copy of this compendium please download it here and make the first step to a problem-free routine.

How to choose the most suitable phenyl column

Have you ever wondered which phenyl column is the most suitable for your application?

Since the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) characterization of the requirements for phenyl columns is not very detailed, a broad range of modifications is possible. This results in large variations in selectivity.

In this new technical note, three different phenyl columns are compared based on the separation of peptides. YMC-Triart Phenyl, YMC-Pack Ph and one competitor’s phase are used to show the differences in selectivity.

Download the full technical note here for more information on how to select the most suitable phenyl column for your application.

HILIC analysis of water-soluble vitamins using YMC-Triart Diol-HILIC

Read more about HILIC applications for water-soluble vitamins!

Hydrophilic interaction chromatography (HILIC) is generally selected to be the optimum choice for the retention and separation of polar compounds. Due to their polar functional groups, water-soluble vitamins can easily be separated using HILIC. In this application note, the robust YMC-Triart Diol-HILIC column is used to derive reliable HILIC analyses with high reproducibility.

You can download the application note with the full method details here.

Visit our homepage or download the YMC-Triart brochure to get further information about the YMC-Triart series..