LCGC North America-12-01-2017

LCGC North America

Vol 35 No s12 LCGC North America December 2017 Corporate Capabilities PDF

December 02, 2017

Issue PDF

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Click the title above to open the LCGC North America December 2017 Corporate Capabilities, Vol 35 No s12, in an interactive PDF format.

Resources for LC Practitioners in 2017: What’s on Your Bookshelf and in Your Web Browser?

December 01, 2017

LC Troubleshooting

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What are the most useful chromatography books on your bookshelf? What are the most useful web-based resources (such as websites, downloadable documents, videos) about separation science? What are the most useful tools supporting your work (such as calculators and simulators)? In this installment, Dwight Stoll compiles input from the separation science community (both individuals and vendors) to guide you to the resources that people find most useful.

A Look at Matrix Effects

December 01, 2017

Focus On Environmental Analysis

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In the environmental analytical chemistry literature, the topic of matrix interferences and matrix effects has not been addressed in a fundamental way. Here, we examine which methods appear to have a tendency for matrix interference and suggest ways to reduce the problem.

The Recent Advances in Comprehensive Chromatographic Analysis of Emerging Drugs

December 01, 2017

Peer-Reviewed Article

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To address the challenges of analyzing new illicit drugs, emerging techniques such as UHPSFC with MS and UV detection, and GC with VUV detection, may be needed, particularly for distinguishing positional isomers and diastereomers.

Tips for Troubleshooting Liquid–Liquid Extractions

December 01, 2017

The Essentials

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A common challenge in LLE is the formation of emulsions. Several approaches can address the problem. Or, one can try an alternative technique.

Biolayer Interferometry as an Alternative to HPLC for Measuring Product Concentration in Fermentation Broth

December 01, 2017

Focus On Biopharmaceutical Analysis

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Several key applications of biolayer interferometry in pharmaceutical development have emerged recently. Here, we evaluate its use for easuring product titer from fermentation, and compare the strengths and weaknesses of the technique to those of HPLC.

Vol 35 No 12 LCGC North America December 2017 Regular Issue PDF

December 01, 2017

Issue PDF

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Click the title above to open the LCGC North America December 2017 regular issue, Vol 35 No 12, in an interactive PDF format.