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September 4, 2014
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Featured Video

Dick Henry on Optimizing UHPLC Methods
Ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) offers improved run-times and enhanced resolution when compared with conventional liquid chromatography (LC) methods. Dick Henry, a consultant from State College, Pennsylvania, gives his advice on how to select UHPLC column size and discusses the features of an optimal UHPLC instrument.  More...
Webinar: Automating Solid Phase Extraction for Multi Cartridge Extractions and Extract Clean-up Procedures
A variety of SPE sorbent platforms are available for sample prep procedures. Many complex analyses require multiple sorbent steps are for sample extraction and extract purification. See how automating manual multi-cartridge SPE can be used for a variety of methods.
Hosted by FMS, Inc. September 10, 11:00 EST. Register for the webinar.
Featured Article

A Little Analytical Chemistry with Your Sushi?
How did the love of a Japanese delicacy inspire an analytical chemist? Incognito attended a sushi class and wound up pondering the plight of the analytical scientist.  More...
New Integrated HPLC Series
Combining outstanding, innovative functionality, an intuitive operating environment, and full automation, Shimadzu’s new i-Series provides excellent performance and a more efficient workflow for conventional to ultra-high-speed analysis. Key features include an interactive communication mode, excellent stability, linearity and reproducibility, ultralow carryover, ultrafast injection, automation of routine analysis procedures, and easy migration of existing methods. Learn More
LC Troubleshooting

Need Help with LC Troubleshooting?
A free interactive LC 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...
Phosphorylated peptide or glycan isolation
New ERLIC-WAX chemistry from The Nest Group, Inc., in both column and microSPE formats, addresses multi-phosphorylated peptide and glycan isolation challenges. Desalting with TARGA® C18, UltraMicroSpin™ SPE from 100% water can improve recovery of these polar molecules prior to LCMS. Try one of our ERLIC WAX & TARGA separation approaches today! The Nest Group, Inc. - "Not Just Columns ... Answers!"
Featured Products

Ultrapure water for Analytical & Life Science Research
ELGA's award winning PURELAB® Chorus delivers consistent water purity for your life science or analytical research from ultrapure Type I through to Type III general grade water.
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Introducing Accucore Vanquish UHPLC Columns
  • Better Separations: High efficiency enables resolution of complex mixtures
  • More Results: High efficiency at high flow rates enables fast separations
  • Easier Interaction: Seamless workflow solutions
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CarbonX Retains Polar Analytes
Got selectivity? CarbonX offers high retention selectivity for polar and polarizable analytes that are not well retained on C18 phases. CarbonX is available for sample preparation and HPLC applications.
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On Demand Webcast

Editors’ Series: Environmental Forensic Investigation of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids Used in Shale Gas Wells in the Eastern United States
Turnkey LC-MS Methods for Multiclass Pesticide Analysis Using a Comprehensive Acquisition and Processing Database
How to Choose the Correct Sample Preparation Approach for Modern Analytical Applications Agilent Technologies
New Webcasts
Achieving Highly Efficient and Rugged Separation in Ultra-High Pressure Liquid Chromatography Using 2.0-µm Fused-Core Columns
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 8:00 am PDT/ 10:00 am CDT/ 11:00 am EDT
Rapid Characterization of Antibody Biotherapeutics Using Middle-Up (Subunit) Analysis
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 8:00 am PDT/ 10:00 am CDT/ 11:00 am EDT