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April 01, 2009
Ron Majors brings readers the second part of his yearly review of all that was new and innovative at the annual Pittsburgh Conference.
The use of mass spectrometry to study biofuels is examined and the advantages and disadvantages are explored.
The guest columnists continue their examination of how statistically rigorous QbD principles can be put into practice.
Several approaches for purifying difficult samples more efficiently for discovery research support are mentioned in this paper. These approaches use mass triggered HPLC on various specialty columns.
In part two of this series, John Dolan looks at the signal-to-noise ratio and its relationship to uncertainty in a measurement.