Retention Modeling of Gradient Elutions: Application of Iso-to-Grad Approach for LC Systems with Dual-Species Eluent
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Development of new chromatographic method is often time-consuming and may be shortened by mathematical modeling. Unfortunately, many of the models are limited for predefined elution programs only. The integral model uses iso-to-grad approach to transfer information from isocratic to gradient elution without such limitations, which was successfully tested for IC and HPLC using single-species eluents. Here its applicability was tested on systems using more complex eluents. An HPLC analysis of emerging contaminants using methanol/acetonitrile/water eluent was performed. Four different integral models were developed and validated. The models showed good predictive ability.
KeywordsIso-to-grad information transfer Liquid chromatography Method development Dual-species eluent
This study was funded by Croatian Science Foundation through project entitled Modeling of Environmental Aspects of Advanced Water Treatment for Degradation of Priority Pollutants (MEAoWT) (IP-09-2014-7992).
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This article does not contain any studies with human participants or animals performed by any of the authors.
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