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  • New Instrumentation and Applications at HPLC 2012

    New Instrumentation and Applications at HPLC 2012

    Friday, August 10, 2012
    Technical Article
    Robert L. Stevenson
    A marketplace is usually dynamic, with a cross-current of disparate interests meeting to find mutual satisfaction. read more
  • Spill Prevention: Engineering Decreased Risk of Uncontained Chemical Spills

    Spill Prevention: Engineering Decreased Risk of Uncontained Chemical Spills

    Monday, June 13, 2011
    Technical Article
    Vincent W. Caruso, Edward C. Brown, John P. Kay, Michael A. Mancini, James A. Westra, Philip Keyes
    Safe solvent management and storage are significant concerns in the pharmaceutical industry, particularly when purification systems are run unattended and are supplied by large volumes of organic... read more
  • Increased Throughput in Method 8270 Analysis

    Increased Throughput in Method 8270 Analysis

    Monday, January 01, 2007
    Application Note
    William D. Goodman, Frank DeLorenzo
    Method 8270 is a GC-MS method created by the U.S. EPA Office of Solid Waste for the analysis of semivolatile organics by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. read more
  • Automated Chemical Ionization in GC-MS

    Automated Chemical Ionization in GC-MS

    Monday, January 01, 2007
    Application Note
    Chris Sandy, Jean-Francois Garnier, Bernhard Rothweiler, Fred Feyerherm, Sihem Ben Mahmoud, Harry F. Prest
    Gas chromatography with mass spectrometric detection using chemical ionization (CI) has demonstrated great utility in a wide variety of application areas ranging from forensics to environmental to ... read more
  • Nitro Musk Adducts of Rainbow Trout Hemoglobin: Dose–Response and Toxicokinetics Determination by GC-NICI-MS for a Sentinel Species

    Nitro Musk Adducts of Rainbow Trout Hemoglobin: Dose–Response and Toxicokinetics Determination by GC...

    Wednesday, June 01, 2005
    Technical Article
    Mohammad A. Mottaleb, William C. Brumley, Lawrence R. Curtis, G. Wayne Sovocool
    Rainbow trout and other fish species can serve as “sentinel” species for the assessment of ecological status and the presence of certain environmental contaminants. As such, they act as ... read more
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