LCGC North America-02-01-2017

LCGC North America

Delivering samples to the analytical column in ‘clean’ mobile phase is important for robust methods and high quality results.

The carotenoid test allows one to build a simple classification map of stationary phases used in reversed-phase liquid chromatography, on the basis of the shape recognition(plotted on the x axis) the polar surface activity(plotted on the y axis) and the phase hydrophobicity (related by the bubble size).

LCGC North America
The Essentials

February 01, 2017

The most prominent advantage of using nitrogen as a carrier gas is that it is the most efficient one when used at its optimum linear velocity.

Special Features
LCGC North America

February 01, 2017

Discovering and identifying molecular biomarkers in large liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC–MS) data sets requires automation without loss of accuracy.

LCGC North America
From the Editor

February 01, 2017

John Dolan’s final LCGC column will appear in October. We are sad to see him go! Fortunately, we have just the person to follow in his footsteps: Dwight Stoll.

There is increasing demand to analyze samples with a wide range of polarities, in fields such as environmental analysis and proteomics.

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History of Chromatography

February 01, 2017

Peter Myers on the past, present, and future of stationary phases

LCGC North America
Special Features

February 01, 2017

We explore the careers and achievements of the winners of LCGC’s 10th annual awards: Pat Sandra and Deirdre Cabooter.

Issue PDF
LCGC North America

February 01, 2017

Click the title above to open the LCGC North America February 2017 regular issue, Vol 35 No 2, in an interactive PDF format.