The Application Notebook-10-02-2010

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Pharmaceutical/Drug Discovery

October 02, 2010

Wyatt Technology Application Note

Spark Holland Application Note

Waters Application Note

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Agilent Technologies Application Note

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This note examines the benefits of using flash or HPLC for compound purification. Results show that flash is a viable alternative to HPLC.

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Dionex Application Note

In recent years water-soluble polymers are gaining more and more interest in different applications. The molecular weight distribution of polymers is usually characterized by size exclusion chromatography (SEC) coupled with refractive index, viscometric or laser light scattering detection. Recent advances in SEC comprise semi-micro SEC and the design of linear columns providing wide molecular weight separation ranges and near-linear calibrations. We describe the separation of water-soluble polymers with a new generation of linear, polymer-based, semi-micro SEC columns using the compact EcoSEC SEC system.

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Phenomenex Application Note

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Dionex Application Note

Polymer Char Application Note

Thermo Fisher Scientific Application Note

Burning mosquito coils is common in many countries, however, the emission of various, potentially toxic volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is cause for concern. Novel sampling equipment with TD-GC-MS is used to extract, concentrate and analyse the emissions of two burning coils and determine any potential impact on consumer health.

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Shimadzu Application Note

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Food and Beverage

October 02, 2010

A robust, selective and sensitive separation method for the determination of four steviol glycosides in stevia plant matrix is demonstrated. In addition to the two calibrated substances two more glycosides could be found in stevia plant extracts by LC–MS. Using a popular Eurospher NH2 phase and applying moderate separation conditions results in an inexpensive and precise analysis method.

PerkinElmer Application Note

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Wyatt Technology Application Note

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Metrohm Application Note

Thermo Fisher Scientific Application Note