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LCGC North America-03-01-2004

LCGC North America

New Chromatography Columns and Accessories at the 2004 Pittcon Conference, Part I

March 01, 2004

Column Watch

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This month'ss "Column Watch" is the first of a two-part series that examines new column introductions at Pittcon 2004.

Applying Supersaturated Experimental Designs to the Study of Composite Sampling for Monitoring Pesticide Residues in Water

March 01, 2004

Article

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The authors propose the use of supersaturated experimental designs for composite sampling and demonstrate their efficiency and economy in the environmental screening of pesticide residues.

Forerunners of Chromatography: Runge's Self-Grown Pictures

March 01, 2004

MILESTONES IN CHROMATOGRAPHY

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This month's "Milestones in Chromatography" discusses the activities of F.F. Runge, a 19th century scientist whose investigations could be considered a precursor of chromatography.

Anatomy of a Peak

March 01, 2004

GC Connections

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In this month's "GC Connections," John Hinshaw examines the anatomy of chromatographic peaks with attention to features that help determine the suitability of individual chormatographs for a specific analysis task.

Peaks of Interest

March 01, 2004

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Peaks of Interest

Success with Evaporative Light-Scattering Detection, Part II: Tips and Techniques

March 01, 2004

LC Troubleshooting

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Evaporative light-scattering detection offers a complementary detection mode that can detect nearly all eluted compounds in either isocratic or gradient conditions.