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Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture, Liquid Chromatography, Sample Preparation

Food for Thought

sponsored by GE Healthcare

Analytical scientists charged with digging into the details of the “samples” we consume every day will likely agree that food and beverage analysis is fraught with complexity. The diverse nature of sample matrices and compounds of interest is one challenging area – sometimes it can feel like comparing apples and oranges! Add in the need to identify and quantify compounds across huge concentration ranges, and you’ll find yourself either with a huge list of problems – or, if your glass is half full – an exciting world full of potential solutions.

In this eBook, we walk you through some interesting problems – and solutions – with a focus on a few of our favorite things: beer, wine, and sugar. We also investigate the “pain points” associated with HPLC sample prep. Plus, we ask 12 disciples of LC  ­– including Sandy Dasgupta, Susan Olesik, Pat Sandra, Emily Hilder, and Kevin Schug – about the chromatography developments they’d like to see at their last supper (aka: the LC Wishlist!).

Click here to order (download) – and enjoy – Food for Thought!

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