LCGC North America e-Separation Solutions
Having trouble viewing this email?
Click here
You are subscribed to as %%emailaddr%%
Click here to unsubscribe or edit your member profile.
LCGC North America | e-Separation Solutions
Webcasts | Events | | Application Notes | The Peak | Subscribe | Contact Us
  January 20, 2011
Follow us on:
LCGC on Facebook LCGC on LinkedIn LCGC on Twitter

Technology Forum

Technology Forum: Sample Preparation
Sample preparation is an integral part of every successful analysis. Participants in this discussion are Vivek Joshi of EMD Millipore; Joe Dibussilo, Jonathan McNally, and Jeff Zonderman of Thermo Fisher Scientific; and Diane Diehl and Mike Yelle of Waters Corporation.
Automated One Step Direct to Vial Concentration and Evaporation. Do You Want a Cost Effective Replacement For Your Existing Concentration and Evaporation Techniques?
The FMS PowerVap is a standalone automated waterless concentration/evaporation system that replaces older techniques and instruments such as KD, nitrogen blow down, water baths and automates existing manual evaporation/concentration processes by concentrating directly into a vial for final analysis. The concentration process is performed automatically and unattended producing excellent precision and recoveries in minutes. The PowerVap Automated One Step Concentration System is built by design to simplify, improve and increase your productivity, lowering your labor costs and reduces errors.
Click here for more information
New Podcast

An Emerging Leader: One Year Later
Interview with Jared Anderson, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) and the 2010 recipient of LCGC’s Emerging Leader Award.
Featured Product

Sky™ Inlet Liners
New from Restek, Sky™ inlet liners are exceptionally inert and can improve trace level analysis for a wide range of compounds. These blue liners feature a state-of-the-art deactivation that allows analysts to:
  • Increase accuracy and precision.
  • Lower detection limits.
  • Use wool with confidence.
From the CHROMmunity Blog:

Shiny Objects are Good Things
Are “shiny objects” good or bad for scientists? Kevin Schug weighs in.
Recent discussions on CHROMmunity, a Forum and Networking Site for Chromatographers

Problem in eluting the sample with Amide-80 column in NP
Manipulation of charge on small proteins / peptides on triple quad MS
Join in the conversation. Free Registration.>>


You are subscribed to as %%emailaddr%%. Click here to unsubscribe or edit your member profile.

To ensure delivery to your Inbox, please add %%email.list%% to your address book. If you need help doing this, click here.

Advanstar Communications provides certain customer contact data (such as customers' names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses) to third parties who wish to promote relevant products, services and other opportunities which may be of interest to you. If you do not want Advanstar Communications to make your contact information available to third parties for marketing purposes, simply call (toll free) 1-866-529-2922 at any time, or fax us at 1-218-740-6417. Outside the U.S., please phone 1-218-740-6395. Contact us by mail at Advanstar Communications Inc., 131 West First St., Duluth, MN 55802-2065, USA.