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Introduction High−performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled with various detection systems has been widely adopted for the analyses of various molecules in many research fields, such as biological, pharmaceutical, food, and environmental [1, 2] . The widening use of HPLC in the last four decades seems to be due to the advances in instrumentation, column resins, detection systems, and data processing. However, trace analysis of a target molecule in a sample containing multiple componentsdoi:10.15583/jpchrom.2012.001 fatcat:ha3fvud3gnahpfbf3bxbnvryqu