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Two-dimensional Liquid Chromatography (LCxLC) (AD HOC course)
Provider: Faculty of Science

Activity no.: 5702-21-09-31
PlaceDepartment of Plant and Environmental Sciences
Date and timePeriod not defined
Regular seats12
ECTS credits3.00
Contact personNikoline Juul Nielsen    E-mail address: njn@plen.ku.dk
Enrolment Handling/Course OrganiserNikoline Juul Nielsen    E-mail address: njn@plen.ku.dk
Written languageEnglish
Teaching languageEnglish
Semester/BlockSpring ¤ Autumn ¤ Summer
Scheme groupNot included in the scheme group
Scheme group noteAd hoc course
Exam requirementsActive participation in colloquia session, at least 5 out of 6.
Exam formOral examination
Exam formWritten assignment
Exam detailsThe student can select examination form of their own choice: either one large or six smaller written hand-ins or one oral presentation on a subject matter related to the course.
Grading scalePassed / Not passed
Criteria for exam assessmentApproved written or oral presentation.
Course workload
Course workload categoryHours
Project work22.50



Ad-hoc Phd-course (study-group) for revision of key litterature on LCxLC. This course will cover:

  • Current status within the field reading introductory reviews (week one)
  • Historic aspects of LCxLC (week two)
  • The importance of first dimension sampling-rate (week three)
  • Practical consideration for fast analysis in the second dimension (week four)
  • Theoretical considerations for implementation of LCxLC (week five)
  • The concept of orthogonality (week six)

Learning outcome

Skills - the student should be able to:

-Describe the history and current status of LCxLC
-Describe the primary problems and list ways of adressing these problems in order for the LCxLC technique to out-perform current one-dimensional techniques.
-Put the theory of LCxLC into the context of own research project.


10-15 selected peer review articles and review articles

Target group
Academic qualifications:
'Analytical Chemistry' and 'Advanced Analytical Chemistry - Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry' or equivalent skills. If you have not passed these courses, pleace contact the course responsible before signing up.

Teaching and learning methods

Nikoline Juul Nielsen, possibly with assistance from PhD-students or post docs from the Analytical Chemistry Group at PLEN.


If you would like to participate please send an e-mail to Nikoline Juul Nielsen njn@plen.ku.dk stating your motivation  and a CV (max. 10 lines)


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