LCGC North America-02-01-2016

Click the title above to open the LCGC North America February 2016 Chromatography and Sample Preparation Terminology Guide, Vol 34 No s2, in an interactive PDF format.

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The silica-based packing in reversed-phase columns is not inert. Here we consider what happens when the mobile phase pH is too high or too low.

The first three articles in this series discussed where and how a CDS fits into a regulated laboratory, the overall requirements for the architecture of a future system, and additional items to enable effective electronic ways of working. The final part of this series looks at regulatory compliance of a future system as well as a summary of the 15 recommendations made in this series.

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The Essentials

February 01, 2016

Tricks and tips on recognizing, fixing, and preventing common issues associated with solid phase extraction and other common methods of sample preparation

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Special Feature

February 01, 2016

The winner’s of LCGC’s 9th annual awards are highlighted

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From the Editor

February 01, 2016

At the heart of liquid chromatography lies a column. Because of the importance of the column, we have dedicated a regular place to it in LCGC magazine: “Column Watch.” And what has made “Column Watch” so informative over the years is that it has captured the insights of an insider-someone who really understood the workings of the column and its role in separations: Ron Majors.

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History of Chromatography

February 01, 2016

Pavel Jandera discusses building his own LC instrument, the birth of modern HPLC, the importance of exploring (and understanding) earlier research papers, and current trends in contemporary chromatography. He also offers inspiring advice for young chromatographers.

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LCGC North America

February 01, 2016

Click the title above to open the LCGC North America February 2016 regular issue, Vol 34 No 2, in an interactive PDF format.