Researchers from the University of Colorado have characterized flow?back water generated from fracking activities, using a combination of analytical techniques, to determine how best to treat wastewater so that it can be recycled.
Miniaturization has been one of the biggest trends in recent years. This article discusses the evolution and current applications of lab?on-a-chip technology in chromatography and explores the possibility of a new market for microfluidics in separation science.
Dr Vera Thoss from Bangor University (Bangor, Wales) spoke to Bethany Degg of The Column about her work investigating the chemistry of plants and the value of flash chromatography in this area of research.
The fate and modification of nanoparticles in real life matrices can be investigated by the combination of field-flow fractionation (FFF) with inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP–MS). This article explains more.