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April 07, 2011
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Experimental Combination of Method Development Strategies in a Working Environment of Different Instrumental Set-ups
Modeling of retention behavior of pharmaceutical compounds has a long history. In recent times chromatography modeling software has been shown to considerably aid the application of Quality by Design (QbD) principles in the method development process, with the construction and evaluation of column and eluent design spaces.
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The FMS PLE is an automated Pressurized Liquid Extraction system for the rapid extraction of a variety of compounds from solids in environmental, biological, food and industrial samples. With the PLE, just load solid, semi-solid, or liquid samples into the PLE cartridges, and press the start key. The entire extraction and direct to vial concentration process is performed automatically and unattended producing excellent precision and high recoveries in minutes. Click here for a video demonstration.
Featured Vidcasts

Static Headspace GC–MS Detection of Residual Solvents
An Interview with Alyssa Andrews-Ashley, of US Pharmacopeia.
Fast Analytical Chromatography and the Role of the Design of New Stationary Phases
An Interview with Fabrice Gritti, Research Associate at the University of Tennessee.

High Speed, High Sensitivity LCMS
Delivering the ultimate in measurement speed and sensitivity, Shimadzu’s single-quad LCMS-2020 offers faster measurements and higher detection sensitivity for quicker and more accurate detection of trace impurities. Features include a mass spectrum measurement speed of 15,000 u/sec, unsurpassed polarity switching speed (15 milliseconds) for the most data without peak deterioration in a single injection, and more. Learn more.
Featured News

Ongoing Battle over 2011 U.S. Budget May Affect President's Plan for Additional Science Investment in 2012
As the United States Congress continues to debate the budget for Fiscal Year 2011, it remains unclear how the results will affect the increased science funding for 2012 proposed by President Barack Obama in his "Plan for Science and Innovation" released in February.
NO, we don’t know why some outsourcing labs can’t handle chemical analysis in your timeframe. But, YES, we can! Compendial, non-compendial or custom methods. From raw material and API analysis to container and finished product testing. We have HPLC, LC-MS/MS, GC, IC, dissolution, AA and more, plus a team of experts who use them. Microbiology and stability testing, too. We know what you need us to know.
Featured Product

Spark Holland AutoSampler Syringes
Hamilton Company introduces a line of rugged syringes specially designed for optimal performance and long life in Spark Holland HPLC Autosamplers. These GASTIGHTŪ syringes are ideal for dispensing liquid samples from a wide range of matrices and solvents. The PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) construction of the syringe plunger tip ensures a precise fit with the glass barrel, creating a leak-free seal for accurate operation. Hamilton GASTIGHT models are particularly well-suited for use with heterogeneous samples, which can cause syringe plungers to freeze.
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Upcoming Events

25–29 April 2011
2010 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting
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27–28 April 2011
VII International Ion Chromatography Conference
Katowice, Poland
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1–4 May 2011
AOCS Symposium
Cincinnati, OH
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1–5 May 2011
International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography & Electrophoresis
San Diego, CA
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1–6 May 2011
CLEO 2011, Laser Science to Photonic Applications
Baltimore, MD
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10–12 May 2011
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Minneapolis, MN
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12 May 2011
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Portland, OR
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College Park, MD
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