May 26, 1976

High-pressure liquid chromatography of drugs. II. An evaluation of a microparticulate cation-exchange column

Journal of Chromatography
P J TwitchettA C Moffat

Abstract

A microparticulate cation-exchange column has been evaluated for the chromatography of thirty compounds selected as representative of a wide variety of drug substances. Although the column exhibited a strong partition effect besides the expected ion-exchange mechanism, the retention of drugs could be predictably influenced by variation of the eluent ionic strength and organic solvent content. For acidic drugs the column showed little selectivity (although a salting-out effect increased retention at high eluent ionic strengths), but for basic substances Partisil SCX may afford a useful separative medium offering reasonable chromatographic efficiency (HETP is approximately 0.1 mm). The column longevity, however, is at present questionable.

Mentioned in this Paper

LGV1
Study, Methodological
Chromatography
Organic solvent product
Cations
Cation Exchange Resins
High Pressure Liquid Chromatography Procedure
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Sodium Chloride
Solvents

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