Liquid Chromatography

SEC overview of the principles and techniques to obtain reliable protein size-based-separations

Size-Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) is a powerful technique for protein characterization that requires an understanding of the principles to be successful. In this open-access course, we will discuss the history and science of SEC, its strengths and...

How to improve method robustness through control of unwanted interactions

Successful chromatographic separations are as much about preventing the interactions you don’t want, as it is about creating the interactions you need. This open-access course is designed to take you from beginner to advanced in controlling the...

Understanding LC Column Attributes - What's Important for Your Chromatography?

Have you ever wondered how the LC column creates a separation? What attributes are important, what do they do, and how to use them to your advantage? This open-access course is designed to take you from beginner to advanced in understanding column...

What’s New at the Largest Conference in the World Covering All Aspects of Separations and Analyses Carried Out in Liquid-Phase

Join scientists from around the world at the 50th sequel of the longest-running, largest, and most recognized conference in the world covering all aspects of Separations and Analyses carried out in Liquid Phase. HPLC 2022 will take place on June...

Applications of Newly Developed 2.7 μm Porous Graphitic Carbon Particles in U/HPLC

This article from Issue 10 of the Analytix Reporter, produced by Merck, describes a unique stationary phase for improved retention and analysis of polar compounds and examples of its applications in food and clinical analysis.

Advanced LC systems that even support remote working

Shimadzu has announced the release of its “Advanced i-Series” liquid chromatographs meeting user demands for analysing a large number of samples or quickly re-processing data even when working from home.

High-resolution and high-speed simultaneous analysis of preservatives in cosmetics

This application note describes a technique to detect and quantify 24 commonly found preservatives in cosmetics in under 8 minutes and explains how a change in LC columns can achieve both high-resolution and high-speed analysis of preservatives.

Analytical Intelligence leads to increase in productivity and profitabiity

Shimadzu is applying a new qualitative approach to its hardware and software solutions, benefitting users with a surplus of lab productivity and profitability. Under the umbrella of Analytical Intelligence, more and more analytical systems will be...

What's New at the Largest Liquid-Phase Separations Conference in the World

Mark your calendar to attend HPLC 2020 on June 20-25, 2020 in beautiful San Diego, CA, USA along the dramatic Pacific coastline. The HPLC conference will celebrate its 50th edition in 2020, and has grown to become the largest and most visible...

Learn how Charged Aerosol Detection can be used for both routine and complex analyses

Thermo Fisher Scientific offers a number of resources to help you learn how charged aerosol detection can be used for both routine and complex analyses and understand more about the versatility of this novel technique.

The effects of LC particle choice on column performance

In this technical note from Restek, the performance of Raptor™ 5 μm SPP LC columns to traditional 3 and 5 μm FPP LC columns is compared. Furthermore, it is demonstrated how faster, more efficient analyses can be attained with greater sensitivity and...

New UHPLC guard cartridges for Restek’s 1.8 μm Raptor columns

Restek has released its EXP UHPLC guard column cartridges made specifically for Raptor 1.8 μm columns. These guard cartridges are designed to provide extreme protection from particulates and matrix contamination, extend the lifetime of the already...

Developing, Testing and Troubleshooting Chromatography Method Transfer

The transfer of chromatographic methods occurs at many stages in the development and production of a product. In its simplest form, the method is moved from one laboratory to another within the same organization, holding all instrumental and...

Systematic chromatography method transfer

Successfully transferring a method to a different instrument or laboratory is a challenge faced by most chromatographers. Method transfer might be as simple as migrating an established method to an identical instrument keeping all separation...

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