The Column, Jun 1, 2006 - Chromatography Online
The Column, Jun 1, 2006
The Column: June 2006
All the news from June 2006

Zosimus looks at the image chromatography has amongst the next generation of separation scientists and tells us why we should forget the past and look to the future.

Market Trends & Analysis
Glenn Cudiamat updates us on the growing importance of analytical instrumentation to homeland security.

Country focus
This month we look at some of the latest innovations from Scandinavia.

Reversed-phase column selectivity
Uwe D. Neue, Bonnie A. Alden, Susan Corman and Joe C. Arsenault.

USP analysis of tetracylines using reversed-phase polymeric HPLC columns
Linda L. Lloyd and Keeley J. Mapp

Supplies & Services

Monolith columns for fast, high-resolution HPLC
Srinivasa Rao, Jim Thayer and Ilze Birznieks

John Christensen of ESA Biosciences speaks to The Column about its brand new breed of universal HPLC detector based on aerosol discharging.


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