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August 01, 2005
The author takes a look at the problem of usually broad peaks and covers some techniques that will help determine the reasons behind them.
Columnist Ron Majors discusses methods that can be used to isolate large amounts of proteins from crude biological samples.
Leslie Ettre looks at the life of industry giants Jim Water and his contributions to the development of HPLC.
The applications of mass spectroscopy to clinical chemistry are discussed with the help of this month's featured scientists.
Here the authors discuss an ion-pair, gradient HPLC method, developed for cycloserine-related substances using a polar, amide-embedded C18 column. Other polar-embedded and polar-edcapped columns are evaluated in equivalence studies.
ESA Biosciences (Chelmsford, Massachusetts) recently announced that R&D Magazine selected the Corona charged aerosol detector for its prestigious 2005 R&D 100 Award.