Volume 40, Number 10
Highlights of the May issue of American Laboratory include a separation technology that utilizes a continuous-mode mechanism, the role of an FTIR spectrometer in the gemological laboratory for the determination of gemstone authenticity, and a gas chromatography stationary phase.
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Current separation and purification processes are multistep, batch-type separations that generally use packed-column formats. read more
Due to the increasing popularity and high prices of quality gemstones, there is a large market for less expensive stones that resemble the real thing. read more
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Many generic stationary phases are available for use in contemporary capillary columns for gas chromatography. read more