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(e.g., biological complexes, viruses and vaccines, as well as many other types of polymers and nanoparticles, including particles resulting from degradation of plastics). Full disclosure, in 2018 I helped
GPC/SEC is mainly used for the characterization of macromolecules including synthetic and natural polymers (including polysaccharides) as well as proteins or RNA/DNA. This white paper provides an introduction to the technique in 30 minutes.
What's next for ICP-MS?
This application note demonstrates Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) and Multi-step
Pyrolysis (MSP) with GC/MS on two different tea bag samples.
point-of-care diagnostics. Of particular relevance is his work in the microfluidic synthesis of nanoparticles – an approach that he and his coworkers pioneered in 2002, and which has transformed the practice
Could a polymer that "biopsies" living cells lead to improved diabetes diagnosis and monitoring?
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Potential protein purification revolution, opening the door to cricket protein products, and fermented coffee’s interesting new flavors…
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With new vaccines come new challenges – and the need for new tools. Can mass spectrometry solve the problem of impurities?
by Malvern Panalytical
Catalytic inks are the key component when balancing cost, performance, and durability of proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC’s)
In the light of a disruptive new paper, four experts discuss the future of Raman spectroscopy
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