Wolfgang Radke | Authors

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Tips & Tricks: A Few Things Chromatograms Can (and Can’t) Tell

Often incorrect conclusions on molar mass and molar mass distribution are drawn by simply looking at a chromatogram. However, certain valuable information can be obtained directly from the chromatogram. This instalment of Tips & Tricks will deal with some common misinterpretations of chromatograms.

Molar Mass Determination of Collagen Peptides

Hydrolyzed collagens (collagen peptides) are water-soluble products obtained by hydrolysis of natural proteins and used for dietary supplements. A simple GPC/SEC method is described for molar mass determination of collagen peptides, allowing reliable molar mass determination using ultraviolet (UV) detection.