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November 01, 2004
October 29, 2004
The authors describe a method for determining sulfamethazine residue in pork using 100% water in both sample preparation and HPLC separation.
The authors review chromatographic separations of archaeological biomolecules for their analysis using accelerator mass spectrometry or isotope ratio mass spectrometry.
A detailed look at some helpful shortcuts for estimating chromatographic parameters.
The author focuses on some key considerations in the manufacture and use of microplates, particularly the 96-well plate.
Several recently developed technologies are described, along with the ways they can improve the utility and performance of mass spectrometers.