Misc - Chromatography Online

The Year of the Laser

September 1, 2010

On the 50th anniversary of the invention of the laser, Michael Balogh examines its importance in MS practice.

Biosimilars: Introduction, Concerns, and Opportunities

August 1, 2010

The authors provide an introduction to the topic of biosimilars, review the available regulatory guidance, and discuss the various scientific challenges that are present.

A Modular Approach to Pressurized Liquid Extraction with In-Cell Cleanup

July 1, 2010

A modification of the popular PLE technique is discussed.

ASMS 2010 Review

June 1, 2010

Associate Editor Megan Evans reviews this year's ASMS Conference, held in Salt Lake City, Utah.

New Horizons in RP Chromatography

June 1, 2010

We focus on the characterization of reversed-phase columns with particular emphasis on the hydrophobic-subtraction model


May 1, 2010

In this article, the combination of SPME with GCxGC and GCxGC–TOF-MS is discussed using mixtures of solvents as example analytes

Column Developments for SFC

May 1, 2010

The authors review the requirements for columns specifically designed and manufactured for SFC.

Green Light for Green Chromatography?

May 1, 2010

Pat Sandra and his team will discuss how green chromatography works in practice

Is HILIC Changing the HPLC Scene?

April 27, 2010

The separation of polar and hydrophilic compounds can be a challenge. Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography has proven to be a solid alternative for such applications.


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