Themro EU - Multi-Residue Pesticide Analysis in Herbal Products Using Accelerated Solvent Extraction with a Triple Quadrupole GC–MS-MS System
New Method for Evaluating Mycotoxins in Human Tissues
Scientists from Murcia, Spain recently created a new method for mycotoxin screening in human tissues using dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction and liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry.
Transferring Methods to Compact and Portable HPLC
The current trend in laboratory equipment design is the miniaturization of laboratory instruments. Smaller-scale HPLC instruments offer benefits that cannot be matched by analytical-scale equipment, especially in the areas of portability, reduced fluid volumes, and reduced operating costs. Yet, the miniaturization of laboratory equipment has brought with it a unique set of challenges, including transferring methods to compact LC.
Capillary LC expands the use of LC to applications not currently done using conventional LC in a wide array of application areas, including pharmaceutical, food and beverage, petrochemical, environmental, and oil and gas. Greg Ward, Axcend’s CEO wrote, “Customers want an HPLC system with a small footprint, low flow rates and green chemistry.” Join his podcast where he shares method transfer in these application areas.
The Chromatography & Sample Preparation Terminology Guide Europe
Ep. 21: Using Reference Standards for Spectroscopic Measurements
Forensic Drug Identification, Confirmation and Quantification Using Fully Integrated Gas Chromatography with Fourier Transform Infrared Detection and Mass Spectrometric Detection
Fentanyl Analog Analysis
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