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Hyphenated Techniques
LCGC editorial, peer-reviewed research articles, and opinion pieces covering hyphenated chromatographic techniques.

Valves for Gas Chromatography, Part III: Fluidic Switching Applications

November 1, 2011

This month the use of fluidic switching devices for open-tubular column manipulations is discussed.

Analyzing aerosol Defence Pepper Spray Residues on Clothing and Analysis by GC-MS

November 1, 2011

Describes an analysis that was performed in a forensic science laboratory to assess who was the victim and who was the attacker in a legal dispute.

Rapid, Efficient Quantification of Water in Solvents and Solvents in Water Using an Ionic Liquid-based GC Column

October 1, 2011

Describing an accurate analytical technique for the detection and quantification of water using IL-based capillary GC.

GCxGC with Fluidic Modulation on Enantioselective Oil Analysis

October 1, 2011

Describes a novel approach for the enantioselective separation of spearmint oil incorporating a fluidic modulation system.

Phthalate Esters in Toys by GC-MS

September 6, 2011

In this article we look at the determination of phthalate esters in childcare products and children's toys by GC-MS.

Visualizing Complex Samples

September 1, 2011

How does one decipher and tabulate thousands of chemical formulaes and relative abundance without losing the important details.

Ageing Chemistry of Distilled Spirits

September 1, 2011

Describing developments in LC–MS and GC–MS that reveal the ageing chemistry of whiskey aged in oak barrels.

Advances in the Ageing Chemistry of Distilled Spirits Matured in Oak Barrels

September 1, 2011

This article describes the latest developments in LC-MS and GC-MS that reveal the mysteries of this ancient art.

CESI-MS: Metabolic Profiling for Body Fluids

August 22, 2011

Until recently, a promising solution to couple capillary electrophoresis to electrospray ionization mass spectrometry has only been available to a small group of experts.


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