In the spirit of the upcoming 2019 ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, we take a moment to highlight critical aspects affecting current LC and LC-MS workflows and detail new technologies designed with analytical “problem solving” in mind.
Here we highlight a few new HPLC/UHPLC instrument platforms -- those which offer superior flexibility and performance for today’s unique analytical challenges.
For 80 years BUCHI has been a leading solutions provider in laboratory technology for R&D, quality control and production worldwide. BUCHI offers a comprehensive workflow for cannabis processing from distillation, separation/remediation, to powder formulation.
Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry offers a unique layer of separations power and adds yet another dimension for complex, high-throughput applications.
The “smart” laboratory trend has now expanded to include “intelligent” high-end analytical devices – aiming to increase workflow efficiencies and instrument productivity -- while reducing costs and instrument downtime.
The PRP-C18 polymeric columns from Hamilton are a state-of-the-art solution for oligonucleotide purification, providing the performance, durability, and flexibility for the most demanding next generation applications.
Here we take a look at modern mass spectrometry approaches for food and beverage analysis – focusing this month on wine.
These technologies represent emerging innovation trends -- those destined to help shape the efficiency, productivity, and reproducibility of lab operations.
Mass spectrometry is a highly sensitive technique, and accordingly, applications including trace analysis of complex mixtures require high purity water.
We detail some of the fundamentals of liquid chromatography and examine emerging trends and new products -- with special focus on nanoflow and chip-based technologies.
Poor quality data such as shifting retention times, loss of resolution, or ghost peaks could be an indication of contamination caused by lab water quality.
Advances in efficiency, precision, reliability, and scalability are critical to meet increasingly stringent guidelines and overall growth of the industry.
The various methods of cannabis extraction can produce a diverse range of cannabis concentrates. Here we briefly discuss downstream fractionation methods.
This product snapshot focuses on new technology aimed at expanding the sensitivity and range of compound detection, while streamlining quantitative analysis.
Ultra high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) arose from the desire to increase sensitivity, resolution, and efficiency over traditional HPLC.