LCGC Europe-10-01-2012

The authors characterized twelve SFC achiral stationary phases with 60 compounds from four chemical classes to establish guidelines for the rational selection of the optimum stationary phase for separations.

Two promising wide-pore stationary phases were recently introduced for the fast and high-resolution separations of large biomolecules: the recently launched wide pore 3.6 ?m superficially porous particle and the hybrid-type sub-2-?m fully porous particle. This article focuses on the achievable throughput and resolution for the characterization of biomolecules.

LCGC Europe
GC Connections

October 01, 2012

In this month's installment, John Hinshaw discuses solid-phase micro extraction.

LCGC Europe
Departments: Event News

October 01, 2012

Lab Innovations 2012

LCGC Europe
LC Troubleshooting

October 01, 2012

The solvent chosen for injection can affect the appearance of chromatographic peaks.

Departments: The Essentials
LCGC Europe

October 01, 2012

An excerpt from LCGC's e-learning tutorial on preparative HPLC at CHROMacademy.com

An overview of the important and versatile role that capillary electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry plays n biopharmaceutical analysis.