LCGC North America March 2017

March 2017 | Volume 35, Issue 3
March 2017 LCGC North America
Sample Prep Perspectives
New extraction techniques can improve the accuracy and precision of analytical results and simplify analytical procedures.
LC Troubleshooting
Here’s how to estimate the effects of changes in column length and particle diameter without conducting experiments in the laboratory.
GC Connections
Changing just one variable at a time is often the best approach.
The Essentials
Improve results by optimizing the injection, column, and detection.
Peer-Reviewed Articles
Discriminant analysis is an approach that deserves more attention.
Upon testing with 919 samples, this method produced excellent results.
PALME almost eliminates consumption of hazardous solvents.
We explain the principles of EC and demonstrate its use to enrich anionic pollutants and cationic drugs in environmental samples.
Market Profile
By LCGC Editors
Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC–MS) is a widely used technique for food safety and quality assurance applications.
Chromatography Corner
Rudolf Krska, from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, Austria, talks about the latest analytical techniques and challenges facing analysts involved in the evolving field of mycotoxin analysis.
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