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December 01, 2012
By achieving selectivity in other portions of the analytical cycle, we can lower the burden on sample preparation.
Analysis time can be reduced 10–30% by switching from constant-flow-rate mode to a constant-pressure gradient-elution mode.
A review of the principles of these analyzers and their relative advantages and disadvantages over other mass analyzer types
Detailed examples of light-scattering techniques are presented as well as how their performance compares to MS and other methods.
An exploration of the usefulness and relevance of the van 't Hoff equation using various examples from the literature
A description of how refractive index detectors work and some good practices to get the most out of this powerful detector
Click the title above to open the LCGC North America December 2012 regular issue, Vol 30 No 12, in an interactive PDF format.