LCGC North America-06-01-2017

This information is supplementary to the article “Utility of the Summation Chromatographic Peak Integration Function to Avoid Manual Reintegrations in the Analysis of Targeted Analytes” that was published in the June 2017 LCGC North America issue (1). 

In biphenyl phases, the surface chemistry often makes it possible to separate compounds not well resolved by C18 or phenyl phases.

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LC Troubleshooting

June 01, 2017

How much of a change can you make to a USP method without revalidating the method?

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Perspectives in Modern HPLC

June 01, 2017

In this three-part series, we assess how UHPLC evolved into a modern platform. We start by examining the most important features common to most commercial instruments.

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Improve your analysis of ionizable analytes with these hints and tips.

Significant recent advances now enable routine usage of HDX-MS for comparing the conformations of biopharmaceutical products.

We present an empirical assessment of summation integration involving 490 low-pressure GC–MS/MS analyses of 70 pesticides in 10 common fruits and vegetables over the course of 10 days.

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LCGC North America

June 01, 2017

Click the title above to open the LCGC North America June 2017 regular issue, Vol 35 No 6, in an interactive PDF format.