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November 13, 2014
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The LCGC Blog: Intact Protein Separations: Some Education Is Missing
Small-molecule chromatographic theory can be quite straightforward, but analysis of proteins requires a much wider breadth of knowledge and understanding of appropriate techniques and approaches. Further, manufacturers continue to innovate and provide new separation materials; these will have different performance properties than materials reported on a decade or more ago. More...
Learn How to Convert to Hydrogen as a Carrier Gas.
The global shortage of helium has caused prices to soar. Conserve this natural resource by converting to hydrogen as a carrier gas. Advantages of hydrogen include higher resolution, shorter run times, longer column life, and cost savings. A hydrogen generator is a safe, convenient, and an inexpensive solution to storing hydrogen cylinders.
Read this step by step guide on how to convert to hydrogen.
The Future Use of 2D LC in Pharmaceutical Analysis
Two-dimensional liquid chromatography has moved from academia into industry. In this new video from LCGC TV, Kelly Zhang from Genentech discusses the next steps needed for the use of 2D LC by the pharmaceutical industry. More...
More Efficiency, More Free Time
All you expect, and more. The new Agilent 1290 Infinity II LC sets new benchmarks in analytical, instrument and laboratory efficiency. You may find yourself with extra time on your hands.
Meet the next generation of Agilent UHPLC:
GC Troubleshooting

Need Help With GC Troubleshooting?
A free interactive GC Troubleshooter is now available at CHROMacademy, sponsored by Thermo Scientific. In three simple steps you will overcome your instrument, separation, and quantitation issues. It's completely free. More...
Featured Application Note

SPE and Analysis Of Organochlorine Pesticides and Inline Cleanup from Water
Philip Bassignani, FMS, Inc.
In water samples, OCPs are monitored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency by various methods including methods EPA 508, EPA 608, and EPA 8081. The use of solid phase extraction (SPE) can rapidly increase both extraction efficiency and reduce lab solvent usage. By implementing the FMS TurboTrace® ABN system with its dual cartridge functionality, an in-line Florisil cartridge can be added to perform automated extract clean-up during the elution step. Download the app note.
Featured Products

The First SEC-MALS detector for UHPLC
The µDAWN™ is the world's first multi-angle light scattering (MALS) detector that can be coupled to any UHPLC system in order to determine absolute molecular weights and sizes of polymers, peptides, and proteins.
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puriFlash® Advanced Instrument Technology
Eliminate the Flash purification bottleneck with the CarouXel-MS. Load up to 20 columns with multiple samples and achieve high throughput mass directed flash purification with columns up to 450g.
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NEW CarbonX Sample Prep
Nanostructured CarbonX and LipidX are silica core particles. Available in dual phase SPE, QuEChERS, SPE, and 96 well plates. CarbonX is Ultra Strong for reproducible flow and improved recovery.
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On Demand Webcasts

The Development of a Method for Arsenic Speciation and the Use of Ion Chromatography as a Solution for Separation
Add Isotope Ratio Information to Your Research
In situ Moisture Analysis of Lyophilized Products
New Webcasts
Editors' Series: Gas Chromatography - Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy: A New and Worthy Alternative
Friday, November 14, 2014 8:00 am PST/ 11:00 am EST
Editors’ Series: Multiclass, Multiresidue Monitoring of Veterinary Drug Residues in Food Animal Tissues
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 8:00 am PST/ 11:00 am EST
Streamline Data Analysis of Tandem Mass Spectrometry for Inborn Errors of Metabolism Research
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 8:00 am PST/ 11:00 am EST/ 4:00 pm GMT/ 5:00 pm CET
Fast and Accurate Analysis of Beer and Wort Samples Using Automated Discrete Analysis
Thursday, December 11, 2014 8:00 am PST/ 11:00 am EST/ 4:00 pm GMT/ 5:00 pm CET
Upcoming Event
November 17–19
Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exposition (EAS)
Somerset, NJ
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