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July 01, 2006
This month's "Milestones in Chromatography" column commemorates the centenary of the two publications of M.S. Tswett first using the term "chromatography."
Because most samples are usually unsuitable for direct analysis, extraction is perhaps one of the most important sample preparation techniques for environmental samples.
The gradient linearity and step tests are two of the most useful performance tests that can be performed for a liquid chromatography (LC) system.
This month, John Hinshaw discusses how to make, maintain, and troubleshoot various types of connections used in gas chromatographs.
This article describes the use of a 96-well, solvent-resistant filtration plate for total drug analysis in blood plasma.
In this installment of "Sample Prep Perspectives," Ron Majors examines modern sample preparation methods for solids that often involve increased temperature and higher pressure to speed up the extraction process.
News from the Chromatography industry.