The Column, May 1, 2009 - Chromatography Online
The Column, May 1, 2009
The Column: May 2009

Is Green the New Black?

Chris Welch from Merck's Separation and Purification Centre of Excellence in Rahway, New Jersey, USA spoke to Alasdair Matheson about the renewed interest in green chromatography and the role supercritical fluid chromatography will play in this

Quantification of Pharmaceuticals from Diminishing Small Volumes of Blood Using the UHC Small Molecule Chip Coupled to Triple Quadrupole MS
Stephan Buckenmaier, Adrien Bonvie and Corinne Emotte

An investigation of the Impact of Common Experimental Parameters on Signal Intensity in SFC–ESI-MS
Lakshmi Subbarao, Jacquelyn Cole and Rui Chen

Multicolumn Preparative SFC: An Advanced Solution to Scale-up Difficulties
Zahid Ali, Jelena Kocergin and Vinay Edwin

Introduction to HPLC 2009
Christian Huber

HPLC 2009 Guide
In preparation for this year's show, our HPLC 2009 guide provides exhibitor and programme information, a floorplan plus a city guide on what to see, where to eat, drink and shop and useful phrases to help you get by.

A company's environmental management system, canine training, protein analysis to answer evolutionary questions and a community award are in the news this month.

Market Trends and Analysis
Separations in the Food Industry

Glenn Cudiamet

'ILICs' Everywhere

This month Incognito examines the hype surrounding hydrophillic interaction chromatography as the 'new' best thing in HPLC to determine whether this separation technique is all it's cracked up to be.


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Column Watch: Ron Majors, established authority on new column technologies, keeps readers up-to-date with new sample preparation trends in all branches of chromatography and reviews developments. LATEST: When Bad Things Happen to Good Food: Applications of HPLC to Detect Food Adulteration

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