Feature of High Temperature Analysis (4) (Reduction of Organic Solvent)

There is growing trend of eco-friendly projects in various areas, and this trend is not an exception for HPLC analysis. For reversed phase chromatography, typically the retention becomes stronger and the peak shape becomes broader when the ratio of organic solvent is lowered. In contrast, analysis at higher temperature provides improved resolution. Moreover, since the optimal flow rate becomes faster at higher temperature, this makes it possible to use lower organic solvent ratio without causing inferior result that may be observed at ambient temperature condition. Therefore, the higher temperature method is effective for the reduction of organic solvent use; provides environmental friendly analysis.
Following is an application for polymer-based reversed phase chromatography column, ET-RP1 3D. The column has resistance to elevated temperature conditions. This analysis was carried at 150 deg-C. Obtained result provided fast and good separation, even though the mobile phase used was 100% water.

Please refer to
Feature of High Temperature Analysis (1) (High Resolution)
Feature of High Temperature Analysis (2) (Suitable Flow Rate)

Sample : 10micro-L
1. Theobromine 100ppm
2. Caffeine 100ppm
3. Methyl paraben 100ppm
4. Acetophenone 200ppm

Instrument   : Nexera(SHIMADZU CORPORATION)
Column       : Shodex ET-RP1 3D (3.0mmID*150mm)
Eluent       : H2O
Flow rate    : 1.4mL/min   
Detector     : UV/VIS(260nm) 
Column temp. : 150℃ 
※Column oven : CTO-30A column oven (SHIMADZU CORPORATION)

Data provided by Shimadzu Corporation