Molnár-Institute’s DryLab Software has a 35-year history in scientific method modelling. Using an accomplished design of experiments (DoE) of 12 input runs, the software integrates the theory of solvophobic interactions and linear solvent strength (LSS) to reliably predict the movement of peaks, selectivity changes and retention times of any multidimensional design space.
With only one click, any separation is optimised, taking into account each and every of million possible work points of the design space. All variations such as tG-pH/tC/aC models can be computed.
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