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December 19, 2012
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Chromatography Corner

Technology Forum: Food and Beverage Analysis
Food and beverage analysis is a major concern in analytical chemistry. LCGC invited three experts to discuss key questions in this area of research, such as special considerations in sample preparation for trace quantification in food and limits of detection that keep getting lower.
Do You Want a Cost Effective Replacement For Your Existing Concentration and Evaporation Techniques?
Attend a free Webinar on January 9, 2013 to learn how. The new FMS SuperVap family are standalone automated waterless concentration/evaporation systems and are available in many vessel sizes 250ml, 60ml, 50ml, 40ml, 20ml, 2ml and 4ml to meet all of the laboratories needs.
To attend a free Webinar on January 9, 2013 to learn more about the SuperVap Automated Concentration System Click here to register for the webinar
Featured News

Pittcon 2013 Award Winners Announced
The Pittcon 2013 award winners for scientists specializing in separation science have been announced.
Featured Products

Innovative Closure Technology
Better Sample Integrity and Handling – The Thermo Scientific National Target DP 9 mm Screw Thread Closures enhance laboratory's performance. Advanced Vial Closure System (AVCS) technology improves autosampler compatibility and virtually eliminates septum "push-through." Learn More
Multi-Angle Light Scattering Detector
Based on Wyatt Technology’s family of multi-angle light scattering detectors, the new DAWN HELEOS-II has 18-angles of detection for the greatest sensitivity for absolute molecular weight and size determinations of polymers and biopolymers in solution. It may be connected in series to any chromatographic system in order to determine absolute molar masses without the use of reference standards or column calibration.Learn More
Market Profile

Market Profile: Gas Chromatography
In gas chromatography, the sample vapor passes through the column and separates into its components--a separation that is governed by the distribution between the mobile and stationary phase.
Upcoming Webcast

Editors' Series: HILIC: A Critical Evaluation
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
11:00 AMEST; 8:00 AM PST
In this web seminar, we will explore the possibilities and limitations of HILIC using columns packed with sub-2-µm fully porous particles and sub-3-µm core-shell particles.