This article was published last May 2011 in Lab Manager Magazine featuring a two-page spread. As part of the evolution series published monthly, this month’s topic revolved around column chromatography.
This article features historical accounts of the development of the chromatography column and how it evolved from a vertical glass column packed with adsorptive material developed in 1901, to the development of the HPLC column now being used in present-day laboratories. The article also gives an overview of how column chromatography would be developed in future laboratories.
This editorial article was made possible through a collaborative effort by the team at SCI Global Services Inc. and was authored by our President, John Buie.
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"Evolution of Chromatography Columns"