Ensure the most complete separation for quantitative ACQUITY UPLC, UPC2, and HPLC methods, while minimizing the number of standards you need to run to confirm the identity and homogeneity of peaks by retention time.
Within the same analysis and workflow, track the components in chromatographic peaks and highlight potentially compromising co-elutions while optimizing your chromatography – which means you can develop separations methods faster.
Manipulation of chromatographic mobile phases can produce substantial and useful alterations of separation selectivity. As applied to this mixture of Ziprasidone and USP-designated related substances separated with the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System, the orthogonal selective detection available with the ACQUITY QDa Detector permits the identification of coeluting species. With changes in mobile phase, individual analytes can be tracked through changes in relative retention.