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LCGC North America
July 01, 2017
A model set of analytes and selected applications are used to demonstrate the effects that buffers can have on the selectivity of a separation and the sensitivity of a reversed-phase analysis when using MS detection.
We consider some of the details associated with preparing a column for storage, with an eye toward choices that will pay dividends in future use.
If you understand how your system is affected by outside influences, you can take control of the variables.
Focus on Food Analysis
Practical examples of how to correct for matrix effects in food testing to obtain reliable quantitative data using LC–MS and GC–MS
Get the most from your method by considering what you want it to do and setting appropriate chromatographic parameters.
Fabrice Gritti discusses how to separate and quantify both volatile and nonvolatile compounds in complex mixtures.
A method was developed to address the constraints encountered when measuring methane levels during the degassing process.
Click the title above to open the LCGC North America July 2017 regular issue, Vol 35 No 7, in an interactive PDF format.