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January 19, 2012
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Technology Forum

Technology Forum: Sample Preparation
Sample preparation is the basis for all separations-related research. In this forum, we asked three industry experts to provide their views on the technique and to explain how they saw its future. Joining us for this discussion are Michael Rummel, Sample Preparation Product Manager, Phenomenex; Bruce E. Richter, Sample Preparation Product Line Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Kaj Peterson, Marketing Manager, Gerstel.
New High Output Flow LC-MS Nitrogen Generator
Ideal for multiple LC/MS and new LC/MS instruments requiring high flow, the Parker Balston LC/MS Nitrogen Generator produces up to 60 lpm of LC/MS grade nitrogen and offers substantial cost savings over cylinders.  The generator’s 60 lpm output flow is equivalent to using one cylinder of compressed gas every two hours.  System offers integrated Scroll compressor technology. Small footprint, mobile, and whisper-quiet.
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Featured News

Jared L. Anderson Joins LCGC's Editorial Advisory Board
LCGC Magazine is pleased to announce the addition of Jared L. Anderson to its editorial advisory board.
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Waters Donatess Research Equipment to University at Buffalo to Combat HIV/AIDS
At a ceremony that coincided with the 20th anniversary of Los Angeles Laker Marvin “Magic” Johnson’s public revelation that he had acquired Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), the University at Buffalo’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Buffalo, New York) acknowledged Waters Corporation (Milford, Massachusetts) for its donation of an Acquity TQD System, a liquid chromatograph–mass spectrometer that will be used to build laboratory capacity and advance research into the treatment of HIV and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)-related illnesses in sub-Saharan Africa.
Market Profile

Separations Market in India
Although the Indian economy has garnered world attention with its importance in the information technology and service sectors, the country has recently become far more prominent in industries that are strong sources of demand for analytical instrumentation.
Make Agilent Training your fastest path to productivity
With Agilent Training, it has never been easier to get the learning experience you need to accelerate productivity in the lab. Our training courses blend theory and hands-on practice, teaching you how to get the most from your laboratory instrumentation. Simply choose from Agilent’s calendar of upcoming training courses, or request a custom training solution. Request our new 2012 Agilent Training Catalog.
Featured Product

Thermo Scientific SOLA SPE products
This first fritless SPE product range provides greater reproducibility with cleaner, more consistent extracts. SOLA products provide unparalleled performance characteristics compared to conventional SPE, phospholipid removal and protein precipitation products.
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NEW! One-Piece Upchurch Scientific Fitting for UHPLC
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FreeStyle Sample Clean-up
The new FreeStyle Sample Clean-up workstation simplifies sample clean-up for GPC and SPE by automating multiple liquid handling tasks such as aloqutation, fractionation, standards addition, solvent exchange and evaporation .
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New high output flow LC-MS Nitrogen Generator
Ideal for multiple LC/MS and new LC/MS instruments requiring high flow, the Parker Balston LC/MS Nitrogen Generator produces up to 60 lpm of LC/MS grade nitrogen and offers substantial cost savings over compressed gas cylinders.
Read more
Recent discussions on CHROMmunity, a Forum and Networking Site for Chromatographers

Retention Time Drift Working in Isocratic Conditions + Matrix Influence
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Upcoming Webcasts

Increasing Laboratory Efficiency and Savings with the ACQUITY UPSFC System
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
11:00 AM EST
Waters® new ACQUITY UPSFC System has been designed to replace normal phase liquid chromatography and chiral chromatography analysis. This webcast will outline the features, benefits, and business impact of the ACQUITY UPSFC System as well as highlight the business benefits of converting a normal phase LC USP compendia to a Waters UPSFC method.
Fast GC - Cut Your Analysis Time
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
11:00 AM EST
That all too common question from the kids in the back seat of, "are we there yet" has been morphed by our bosses and customers into "are the results in yet?" During this webinar, we will take a practical and applied approach to fast GC.
(Matrix) Interference Based Sample Prep Selection: Analyzing a complex sample with the simplest workflow
Thursday, January 26, 2012
10:00 AM EST
In this seminar we will highlight facile and effective technologies and applications for the mitigation of these common groups of interferences (e.g. Proteins, Phospholipids, Salts, Surfactants etc.) This seminar is suitable for any analytical chemist who is quantifying small molecule analytes in biological matrices ranging from Whole blood and plasma to oral fluid, pharmaceutical bioanalysis, CRO, forensics, toxicology and drugs of abuse applications.
Technology Breakthroughs that put Metabolite Identification in the Driver's Seat of DMPK
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
10:00 AM EST
In this webcast, we will present a unique perspective on the emergence of the use of metabolite identification in discovery DMPK.
Getting Maximum Information from Small Samples: How Capillary IC Improves Forensic Analysis
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
11:00 AM EST
In this session, Dr. Leon Barron will discuss analytical methods he has developed at King’s College London, in collaboration with the London Metropolitan Police, to determine inorganic tracer species in forensic samples such as shell casings, latent fingerprints, and human sweat.
HPLC vs. UHPLC: A Systematic Comparison of Both Approaches
Thursday, February 9, 2012
11:00 AM EST
This web seminar will compare high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and ultrahigh performance LC (UHPLC).
Upcoming Events


22 January
25th CMC Strategy Forum: Winter
San Francisco, CA
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22–25 January
2012-IFPAC®-2012, The Twenty-Sixth International Forum And Exhibition
Baltimore, MD
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12–15 February
27th International Symposium on Microscale Bioseparations (MSB 2012)
Geneva, Switzerland
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11–15 March
The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (Pittcon 2012)
Orlando, FL
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26–29 March
9th Annual DoD Environmental Monitoring & Data Quality Workshop
San Diego, CA
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28–30 March
14th International Trade Fair of Analytical, Measurement and Control Technology EuroLab 2012
Warsaw, Poland
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2529 March
243rd ACS National Meeting and Exposition
San Diego, CA
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16–17 April
Integrating Analytical Instrument Qualification and Computerized System Validation
Prague, Czech Republic
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17–18 April
Manufacture of Highly Potent APIs
Barcelona, Spain
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16–21 June
37th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques (HPLC 2012)
Anaheim, CA
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30 September–3 October
International Symposium on Preparative and Industrial Chromatography and Allied Techniques (SPICA 2012)
Brussels, Belgium
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