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August 11, 2011
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Chromatography Corner

SFC Expands Beyond Chiral Separations
In these podcast interviews from the SFC 2011 conference in July, leaders in the field discuss the current state of supercritical fluid chromatography, including its use in achiral separations, the development of workhorse stationary phases, and future developments such as HILIC-SFC.
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XE kit gets CE mark
The MassTrak immunosuppressants XE kit from Waters has obtained its CE mark in accordance with the IVD Directive 98/79/EC. When used with the company’s LC–MS–MS system, the kit provides quantitative measurement of the immunosuppressive drugs tacrolimus in liver and kidney transplant patients and everolimus in adult kidney and cardiac transplant patients from human whole blood samples.
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Significant Costs Savings Achieved Through the Development of a New Analytical Method for Residual API Analysis, with a Kinetex® 1.7 μm Core-Shell UHPLC Column
A new analytical method was developed which is capable of analysing 16 different API residues from production surfaces. It has been shown that the 1.7 Ám Kinetex 100 x 2.1 mm column was capable of resolving 16 different chemical entities with a 6 minute run time. This new analytical method will be used to replace 16 older methods thereby facilitating an annualized cost saving for the site of € 320,000.
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PAC Appoints Daryl Hazlett as Director of Process Analytics
Darryl Hazlett has been appointed director of process analytics at PAC, of Houston, Texas, a provider of analytical instruments for laboratories and online process applications.
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Nexera UHPLC
At 19,000 psi, Shimadzu’s modular Nexera meets all analysis requirements: conventional, ultra-high speed, high resolution, high temperature, green, multidimensional, etc. with no compromise in data integrity.
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Recent discussions on CHROMmunity, a Forum and Networking Site for Chromatographers

Simultaneous Determination of Parabens, I Urea and D Urea
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Upcoming Webcasts

The CHROMacademy Essential Guide- Introduction to Ion Chromatography, Tuesday, August 16, 2011, 11:00 AM EDT; 4:00 BST
The Essential Guide from LCGCs CHROMacademy present an educational webcast on the fundamental principles of ion chromatography. In this session, Dr. Ken Cook (Bio-Separations Manager, Dionex) and Tony Taylor (Technical Director, Crawford Scientific), present a definitive guide to the fundamental theory and instrumentation of ion chromatography. The session will consider the underlying theory of the technique, column and eluent selection and key separation variables, as well as the various techniques used for ion suppression and detection.
The Renaissance of Hydrodynamic Chromatography as an Alternative Use for Size Exclusion Chromatography in Ultra-High Molar Mass Polymers Analysis, Wednesday, August 24, 2011, 11:00 AM EDT
This presentation will focus on using multidetector HDC for the characterization of mono- and poly-disperse spherical and non-spherical particles in the form of nanoparticles and colloidal assemblies, as well as ultra-high molar mass polymers. Multidetector HDC analysis will be compared and contrasted to multidetector SEC analysis, at times shown to be superior to the latter, as well as a discussion on the use of multi-detector HDC analysis to provide a more complete picture of the analytes than methods such as transmission electron microscopy.
Recent Developments in GC-MS for Trace Analysis, Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 11:00 AM EDT
This seminar will address recent developments in mass spectroscopic techniques coupled to gas chromatography. While GC coupled to single quadrupole MS or to ion trap MS has become a workhorse in laboratories performing environmental, food quality control, and toxicological and doping analyses, new types of mass spectroscopic analyzers are currently introduced in these application areas. The exponential growth in mass spectrometric techniques, including triple quadrupole and time-of-flight instruments, has opened new perspectives. The increased MS performance resulting from the use of those instruments is very useful to meet new regulatory requirements and to quantify and identify more contaminants at lower trace levels.



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