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LCGC North America
July 01, 2018
Column: Column Watch
Many manufacturers now offer columns using superficially porous particles that are 2-µm and smaller. When should you use them?
Column: LC Troubleshooting
For reversed-phase separations of proteins, you must consider pore size,column temperature, and stationary-phase chemistry. Here are some guidelines.
Column: GC Connections
We discuss the challenges of split and splitless injections, ideas for mitigating them, and the case for renewed exploration of cool inlets and injection techniques.
To extend the life of your GC columns, follow these best practices.
You need to ensure that your calculations of reportable results don’t get you into data integrity trouble. Here’s how.
This study of PAHs makes it easy to compare this microextraction procedure to conventional approaches and to other procedures using magnetic composites.
We review different approaches for measuring solute retention.
A look back at this innovator’s career and her efforts to develop and popularize gas chromatography (GC), particularly for biomedical research.
Click the title above to open the LCGC North America June 2018 regular issue in an interactive PDF format.
Over the past 20 years, the use of LC– MS instruments has become increasingly
important to many researchers. The performance of LC–MS instruments has continued to advance, reaching higher levels of sensitivity and increased resolution.