Kelly Zhang | Authors


High-Throughput Experimentation: Where Does Mass Spectrometry Fit?

In the pharmaceutical industry, the use of mass spectrometry in high-throughput experimentation (HTE) has increased, thanks to the technique’s speed, sensitivity, and selectivity. We systematically evaluate the applicability of multiple MS techniques for different types of HTE samples and purposes, reviewing the pros and cons, and provide practical recommendations, Illustrated by application case studies.

Material Identification by HPLC with Charged Aerosol Detection

A method is described that incorporates a mobile-phase gradient consistent with a HILIC separation mechanism and uses a mixed-mode column, which provides reversed-phase and cation-and anion-exchange properties, and charged aerosol detection.