Adaptation of a High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography System for the Measurement of Viscosity
AbstractThe state-of-the-art instruments for the determination of viscosity of liquids typically require a significant amount of sample, and have relatively low throughput due to manual and sequential measurements. In this study, it was demonstrated that the pressure generated by the flow of viscous fluids through a capillary could be precisely measured employing high-pressure liquid chromatography systems (HPLC) using glycerol solutions of moderate viscosity as a mobile phase, and correlated to the dynamic (absolute) viscosity. The parameters allowing calculation of the viscosity of glycerol calibration standards as a function of temperature were established. The measurements were made with volumes as small as 10 μL, and the use of an autosampler permitted unattended analysis of a large number samples. The method appears to be particularly well suited for the development of viscous formulations of therapeutic, protein-based macromolecules, where the amount sample is typically limited and relatively wide ranges of conditions are considered in the optimization process. The utility of the methods was illustrated by application to the development of concentrated inactivated virus vaccines. View Full-Text
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Gregory, S.; Mach, H. Adaptation of a High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography System for the Measurement of Viscosity. Chromatography 2014, 1, 55-64.
Gregory S, Mach H. Adaptation of a High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography System for the Measurement of Viscosity. Chromatography. 2014; 1(2):55-64.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gregory, Sonia; Mach, Henryk. 2014. "Adaptation of a High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography System for the Measurement of Viscosity." Chromatography 1, no. 2: 55-64.