LCGC TV Library

 

Featuring interviews with industry leaders, the LCGC library is updated on a weekly basis with a different subject focus each month.

Liquid Chromatography

Latest: Mary J. Wirth on Slip Flow, Part I — How it works

In this video from LCGC TV, Mary J. Wirth of Purdue University explains the phenomenon of slip flow: what it is, how it can improve separations — particularly of proteins and monoclonal antibodies — and where it may take us in the future. Watch Here>>

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Hyphenated Techniques

Latest: Robert T. Kennedy on LC–MS in Metabolomics

In this video, Robert T. Kennedy of the University of Michigan discusses the role of liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC–MS) in the rapid development of metabolomics and the challenge of dealing with all the data. He then goes onto talk about the methods used in a recent study on glucose metabolism to analyse complex metabolic pathways and the challenges of using smaller samples. Watch Here>>

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Sample Preparation

Principles of In-Tube Extraction for Headspace Sampling of Beer

Torsten C. Schmidt of the University Duisburg-Essen in Germany recently developed an in-tube extraction (ITEX) method for headspace sampling of beer prior to gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC–MS). In this short video, he explains the principles of the technique and its advantages over other methods. Watch Here >>

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Gas Chromatography

2D GC in Food Analysis

Comprehensive gas chromatography (GC) was introduced more than two decades ago, but is still considered to be a novel technique. Luigi Mondello from the University of Messina, Italy, talks about why this is the case and what it will take for it to become more widely used.  Watch Here >>

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