Automated methods for charge heterogeneity detection such as imaged capillary isoelectric focusing (icIEF) have been widely adopted by the biopharma industry. These techniques provide rapid high resolution charge variant separation with easy method development and minimal start up time. This webinar will provide an overview of the iCE technology and its applications.Read More
Air pollution must be managed to minimize adverse human health and environmental impacts. Particulate matter (PM) air pollution is a complex mixture of extremely small particles and liquid droplets. PM is made up of a number of components, including sulfates, nitrates, organic matter, metals, and soil or dust particles. Particles that are 2.5 µm in diameter and smaller (PM2.5) are of particular concern because of their ability to pass directly into the lungs and cause serious cardiovascular problems. This...Read More
Sep 15, 2014
German researchers have produced nanoparticles surrounded by a group of smaller nanoparticles in what might whimsically be described as a system resembling a tiny planet with orbiting satellites. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and other techniques reveal the details.
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The abilities of two commercial tools to detect initial enamel caries in archaeologically derived material are compared with visual inspection, X-ray, histology, and micro-CT for teeth from the modern Islamic (AD 1850–1950), Islamic (AD 600–1200) and late Roman (AD 200–400) periods.
Sep 8, 2014
Noninvasive X-ray absorption spectroscopy was used to examine in vivo bromine speciation in brown and red algae, a diatom, a dinoflagellate and a natural phytoplankton sample.View All Ezines
Paola Dugo and Peter Q. Tranchida discuss food analysis in general, as well as the modern techniques needed to overcome the current-day analytical challenges.
A must for fluorescence users or students of molecular spectroscopy!
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Professor Mario Thevis discusses the fundamentals of sports drug testing. A selection of compounds, new challenges, and methods currently employed in doping control laboratories are discussed.View All Education Articles
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Carbon dots that are doped with nitrogen have been produced in a totally green way by heating up milk, the dopant coming from the natural constituents that are present.
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Eileen Skelly Frame from Instrument News speaks to Elizabeth Hodgdon from Waters, about their Acquity QDa mass detector which won this year's Pittcon Editors' Award Silver Medal.