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Volume 36, Number 1, January 2018
LC*GC January 2018 Table of Contents
- SAMPLE PREP PERSPECTIVES
Analyte Derivatization as an Important Tool for Sample Preparation
Douglas E. Raynie
There is a resurgence of interest in chemical derivatization schemes in separation science, particularly in sample preparation. Here’s why.
- LC TROUBLESHOOTING
Eluent Preparation for Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography, Part I: Solvent Volumes and Buffer Counterions
Charles A. Lucy, Caley B. Craven, Claudia Seidl, and Dwight R. Stoll
Paying attention to the details of mobile-phase preparation can have a big impact on the reproducibility of HILIC separations.
- FOCUS ON BIOPHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS
Charge-Variant Profiling of Biopharmaceuticals
Jared R. Auclair, Anurag Rathore, and Ira Krull
A look at techniques for charge-variant analysis of monoclonal antibodies and the question of whether pH gradients are really better than salt gradients
- GC CONNECTIONS
Tips and Tricks for New Gas Chromatographers
Nicholas H. Snow
Three main points summarize the best ways to be successful in GC: capillary GC is clean GC; practice, practice, practice; and be a student of GC.
- THE ESSENTIALS
How It Works: Ion-Exchange SPE
The fundamental principles of ion-exchange solid-phase extraction
- Data Integrity in the GxP Chromatography Laboratory, Part I: Sampling and Sample Preparation
Mark E. Newton and R.D. McDowall
Part I of this series on practical perspectives of data integrity focuses on sample management, transport, and preparation.
- Headspace Solid-Phase Microextraction Coupled with Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry for the Characterization of Polymeric Materials
HS-SPME-GC–MS is a valuable technique for identifying volatile organic compounds, additives, and degradation products in industrial rubber, car labeling reflection foil, and bone cement materials.
- Peaks of Interest
- Products & Resources
- Ad Index