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GC-MS analysis of Fluorophosphates as decomposition products in Lithium Battery Electrolytes

| Contributed by Shimadzu

Rapid Analysis of Ethylene Oxide and Acetaldehyde in Polysorbate 80 by SIFT-MS

| Contributed by Syft Technologies

Automated SIFT-MS quantifies ethylene oxide and acetaldehyde in Polysorbate 80 up to 14X faster than GC-FID.

Simultaneous Analysis of Saccharides in Non-sugar Beverages Using Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

| Contributed by Shimadzu

This article describes analyses of saccharides in non-sugar beverages separated by hydrophilicinteraction liquid chromatography (HILIC)

New TMSPC-8i: Improved Tm System for Nucleic Stability Analysis

| Contributed by Shimadzu

As an indicator of thermal stability, melting temperature (Tm), is crucial to the development of Nncleic acid drugs

Choosing a Portable Raman Spectrometer

| Contributed by Wasatch Photonics

Portable Raman spectroscopy bridges the gap in performance, capability, and size between handheld & benchtop Raman

Detection and quantitation of benzodiazepines in less than 3 min using PESI-MS

| Contributed by Shimadzu

In this study, we developed an ultra-fast method for quantifying BZDs

Automated size selection with CleanNGS, the cost-effective alternative to AMPure XP

| Contributed by INTEGRA Biosciences

DNA size selection with magnetic beads plays a significant role in molecular biology, using specific ratios to capture and separate fragments by size

Separation of siRNA and its single strands by SEC using YMC-Pack Diol-120

| Contributed by YMC

The difference in the hydrodynamic radii of siRNA duplex and its single strands enables their separation by SEC.

High-Throughput Analysis of MOSH / MOAH and Benzene in Consumer Packaging

| Contributed by Syft Technologies

Automated SIFT-MS can screen up to 220 consumer packaging samples per day for MOSH / MOAH, benzene, and other toxic impurities.

Monitoring Structural Changes in Polysaccharides using SEC-MALS

| Contributed by Tosoh

SEC coupled with multi-angle light scattering (MALS) can determine structural changes in polysaccharides, with pullulans and dextrans as examples

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