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February 02, 2002
Ion chromatography analysis of anions in water.
SPE of cholesterol from biological fluids followed by TLC analysis.
SPE of basic drugs from biological fluids.
HPLC analysis of barbiturates.
Ion-exchange analysis of proteins.
This note describes the use of an application database for developing LC and GC methods.
Separation of antihistamines using a thermally stable HPLC column.
GC–MS analysis of residual polystyrene in a pharmaceutical product.
Microwave-assisted extraction of pesticides, herbicides, semivolatile organic compounds, phenols, PCBs, and dioxins and furans.
Development of a stability-indicating HPLC method for paclitaxel.
Fluoropolymer-coated synthetic fused-silica tubing for GC, capillary LC, and CE.
Capillary LC–MS analysis of proteins and peptides.
Quality assurance analysis of sunscreen ingredients using reversed-phase HPLC.
GC analysis of acrylate monomers.
LC–MS analysis of proteins.
Monoclonal antibody purification using ion-exchange LC.
Ion chromatography analysis of chloride concentration in a copper plating solution.
Analysis of RNase A using size-exclusion chromatography with various detection modes.
Combining multiangle light-scattering detection with quasi-elastic light-scattering detection for protein analysis.
Herbicide analysis using ion-exchange LC.
Chiral separation of the pharmaceutical compounds warfarin and naproxen.
Capillary GC analysis of a wine sample.
Analysis of oligomers of epoxy resins and phenol–formaldehyde condensates using size-exclusion chromatography with multiangle light-scattering detection.