Author(s): Satnsk D, Huclov J, Solich P, Karlcek R
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Abstract A commercially available porous silica rod column was used as a separation tool for the sequential injection analysis (SIA). A porous solid monolithic column showed high performance at a low pressure, allowing sequential injection analysis to be used for the first time for separation in HPLC fashion. In this contribution, we tried to demonstrate a new separation concept with SIA manifold for the simultaneous determination of four different compounds (methylparaben (MP), propylparaben (PP), triamcinolone acetonide (TCA) and internal standard ketoprofen (KP)) in a pharmaceutical triamcinolon cream 0.1\% formulation. A Chromolith Flash RP-18e, 25 mm x 4.6 mm column with a 10 mm pre-column (Merck, Germany) and a FIAlab 3000 system (USA) with an 8-port selection valve and 10 ml syringe were used for sequential injection chromatographic separations in our study. The mobile phase used was acetonitrile-methanol-water (35:5:65, v/v/v) + 0.05\% nonylamine, pH 2.5, flow rate 0.6 ml min(-1). The analysis time was <6 min. A novel sequential injection chromatography (SIC) technique with UV spectrophotometric detection was optimised and validated.
This article was published in J Chromatogr A
and referenced in Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics