كيمياء تحليلية Introduction to Modern Liquid Chromatography, Third Edition Lloyd R. Snyder, Joseph J. Kirkland, Joh

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    B American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 2011 It would be difficult to overstate the importance of liquidchromatography-​
    based separations for the preparation of​
    samples for mass spectrometry (MS) analysis. Thus, knowledge​
    of liquid chromatography (LC) methods and instrumentation is​
    often an essential part of an MS user’s education. The book​
    Introduction to Modern Liquid Chromatography, while not​
    written specifically for the mass spectrometry community,​
    contains a wealth of knowledge that is useful for anyone using​
    LC. The authors, Lloyd R. Snyder, Joseph J. Kirkland, and John​
    W. Dolan, are early pioneers in the development of highperformance​
    liquid chromatography (HPLC). Their knowledge​
    of the field and years of experience teaching it to others is clearly​
    evident in the organization and presentation of the material.​
    Additionally, there are eight additional authors who made​
    significant contributions to specific chapters or parts of chapters.​
    The work is more comprehensive than one would expect for an​
    introductory text. Each section is clearly presented with numerous​
    cross-references, making it easy for a reader to find those sections​
    of particular interest. At the same time, there is enough duplication​
    of concepts and even illustrative figures that each section can be​
    understood without the need to refer to other sections. Another​
    feature worthy of note is that sections that are likely to be ofinterest to only a few readers are clearly marked. The work is​
    current, with many references to papers published in 2009.​
    The material is organized in straightforward manner. The​
    early chapters (1–9) provide the core knowledge that every​
    chromatographer should have. Chapter 1 gives a short​
    history of HPLC, where it stands in relation to other​
    separation techniques, and where additional information on​
    the subject can be found. Chapter 2 covers the basic aspects​
    of the chromatographic process and method development.​
    Chapter 3 covers the hardware components of an HPLC​
    system, except for detectors and columns, which are​
    described in Chaps. 4 and 5. Emphasis is on understanding​
    operational principals with little or no reference to specific​
    products or companies. Two chapters are devoted to the​
    reverse-phase chromatography of neutral samples (Chap. 6)​
    and ionic samples (Chap. 7), and a single chapter (Chap. 8)​
    is devoted to normal-phase LC separations. Finally, the​
    principles of gradient elution are covered in Chap. 9.​
    The later chapters (10–17) are devoted to more advanced​
    topics, including: computer-assisted method development​
    (Chap. 10); qualitative and quantitative analysis (Chap. 11);​
    method validation (Chap. 12); biochemical and synthetic​
    polymer separations (Chap. 13); enantiomer separations (Chap.​
    14); preparative separations (Chap. 15); sample preparation​
    (Chap. 16); and a very useful chapter on troubleshooting​
    techniques (Chap. 17). Additionally, Appendix 1 provides​
    useful information on the properties of commonly used HPLC​
    solvents, and Appendix 2 provides recipes for commonly used​
    buffer systems. Each topic is covered in sufficient detail with​
    enough literature references that one can become very quickly​
    oriented with regard to a particular technique or class of​
    compounds.​
    In summary, I would strongly recommend this book for​
    anyone working with LC and LC/MS. It is a finely crafted​
    introduction that adequately covers nearly every aspect of​
    the science. The emphasis on basic principles and practical​
    aspects ensures that it will be a useful reference for many​
    years to come. الرجاء المساعدة في الحصول على هذا المرجع​
     
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