Trends and Applications in the Analysis of Biotherapeutics & Biosimilars
Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent Technologies, has developed an eSeminar covering analytical trends and novel applications of chromatography and mass spectrometry to the characterization of biotheapeutics and biosimilars. View all the presentations on-demand now...
Tracing the Origin of an Apple:
Metabolic Profiling using Q-TOF Mass Spectrometry
presented by Franz Siegfried Wagner and László Tölgyesi
Habits for a Healthy GC: Insider Tips
presented byRachael Simon and Angela Smith Henry
Rapid Volatile Impurity Analysis in Pharmaceutical Products Using Direct MS
presented by Mark Perkins and Vaughan Langford
Cut GC Method Development and Optimization Time with EZGC Web Tools: Software Solutions to Hard Problems
presented by Jonathan Keim
Separation of Amphetamine Enantiomers by SFC
This application note demonstrates the separation of enantiomers of
amphetamines and their positional isomers on chiral phase columns using SFC with mass spectrometry.
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) in Drinking Water Using Solid-Phase Extraction and LC-MS/MS
This application note outlines a simple solid-phase extraction procedure for the extraction of 26 diverse PFASs in drinking water using UCT’s polymeric weak-anion exchange SPE cartridges (ENVIRO-CLEAN® WAX).
Going Beyond the Requirements of US EPA Method TO-15: Innovative Cryogen-free Ambient Air Monitoring of Trace-level Air Toxics at High Humidity
This application note demonstrates how a canister autosampler (using innovative cryogen-free water-removal technology) and thermal desorption–gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (TD–GC–MS) together allow the analysis of a range of trace-level air toxics from air at 100% relative humidity (RH), in accordance with US EPA Method TO-15 and related methods with lower detection limits.