Liquid Chromatography (LC/HPLC)

Jun 01, 2015
LCGC Europe
A question that keeps raising its head when working in a regulated laboratory is can chromatographers integrate peaks manually? If they can, when can they do it? Also if they can manually integrate, when should they not do it?
Apr 10, 2015
The Column
Changes to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) regulations on food labelling, and the strengths and limitations of new and existing methods for the detection of allergens in food are discussed in this article.
Apr 09, 2015
The Column
A rapid and reliable high performance liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (HPLC–MS) method to determine amino acids in beer is presented.
Apr 01, 2015
Special Issues
Internal standard methods are used to improve the precision and accuracy of results where volume errors are difficult to predict and control.
Apr 01, 2015
Special Issues
The most significant recent advancement in liquid chromatography (LC) column technology is the new generation of superficially porous silica particles.
Apr 01, 2015
Special Issues
Enhanced-fluidity liquids are organic solvents or organic–aqueous solvents mixed with high proportions of liquefied gases, such as carbon dioxide.
Apr 01, 2015
Special Issues
A liquid chromatography–electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry (LC–ESI-MS-MS) method has been developed to determine multiple preservatives in cosmetics and personal care products.
Apr 01, 2015
Special Issues
The statistical overlap theory (SOT) of chromatography relates the number of peaks that appear in a chromatogram to the number of detectable components and the peak capacity.
Apr 01, 2015
LCGC North America
This is our annual review of new liquid chromatography (LC) columns and accessories introduced at Pittcon and throughout the previous year.
Apr 01, 2015
LCGC North America
This installment highlights noteworthy high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and related products introduced at Pittcon 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as in the year prior.
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