Being the most common principle HPLC/UHPLC separation mode, reversed phase chromatography offers dynamic retention of compounds with hydrophobic and organic functionality. Retention of these compounds by reversed phase involves a combination of hydrophobic and van der Waals type interactions between each target compound and both the stationary phase and mobile phase.
Stationary phases used in reversed phase chromatography typically consist of varying lengths of hydrocarbons such as C18, C8, and C4 or strongly hydrophobic polymers such as styrene divinylbenzene
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