LCGC Asia Pacific-09-01-2013

Secrets to Successfully Translating and Transferring HPLC Methods

UCT Application Note

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Columns

September 01, 2013

In this instalment, John Hinshaw compares the GC separation process to a long-distance run through a long corridor with some unique properties. The runners are separated in various ways.

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Application Note

September 01, 2013

Wyatt Technology Application Note

The reasons that make HPLC so ubiquitous; the fundamentals on how we conduct HPLC separations; and a few opportunities with far-reaching impacts in life sciences for separation scientists are discussed in this article.

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In contrast to isocratic separations, gradient elution can sometimes seem to be counter-intuitive. Yet with the proper perspective, the things we intuitively understand about isocratic methods apply in a similar manner to gradients.

This article describes the GC–MS and LC–MS screening methods developed for the analysis of both low-volume water samples and extracts obtained from various designs of passive samplers.

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September 01, 2013

Click the title above to open the LCGC Asia Pacific September 2013 regular issue, Vol 16, No 3, in an interactive PDF format.