Publication Date

Spring 2013

Document Type

Project Summary

Degree Name

Master of Science


Analytical Chemistry

First Advisor

Walter Henne, Jr., Ph.D.

Second Advisor

Aheda Saber, Ph.D.

Third Advisor

Karen D'Arcy, Ph.D.


The main objective of this article is to highlight the new trends that have emerged in the enhancement of the HPLC which have given rise to the use of UHPLC. This innovative tool is much more reliable and effective as compared to HPLC, in the investigation of many chemical compounds. In this article, special insight is given on the changes that have been made with regards to both instruments. In this article focus is also placed on the implementation of UPLC in various fields of interest, in order to enhance the processes for which it is utilized. The pros and cons of the utilization of this method are also addressed in this article, along with other relevant characteristics of the same.


GSU logo has been redacted from pages 1 and 2 by OPUS staff. The College of Arts and Sciences records indicate this was submitted as a capstone project.