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Techniques & Tools

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Seeing Through the Sham With AMS

| Michael Mores | 4 min read

Accelerator mass spectrometry is helping researchers understand the true nature of organic materials.

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Chromatography on Your Wrist?

| Tony Edge | 7 min read

Tony Edge gives us an overview of his illustrious career and shares his thoughts on the future of LC-MS/MS

Techniques & Tools Technology

What’s New in Spectroscopy?

| Margot Lespade

An innovative eye scanner, a novel water analysis technique, and the joining of Raman spectroscopy with principal component analysis…

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

The Separation Science Slam Is Back!

| Rich Whitworth

Have you got what it takes to be the next Separation Science Slam champion?

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Simplify Your Separations!

| Sponsored by Cytiva

Are you still using a traditional separatory funnel for your liquid-liquid extractions?

Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography

Chromatography Revolution Now!

| James Strachan

What’s on the horizon for chromatography? Frank L. Dorman expects changes to physical column formats – for both GC and LC

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Look What You Missed… With Michael Lämmerhofer

| Michael Lämmerhofer

Pandemic perseverance, conference cancellations, 2DLC, and lipidomics – and HPLC2022

Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography

Analytica 2022: The Separation Scientists Takeover!

| Oliver J. Schmitz

Munich, with its alpine vista and world-famous beer halls is always worth a visit – especially, if you’re interested in chromatography

Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography

What’s New in Chromatography?

| James Strachan

The first COVID-19 breathalyzer, analyzing that “new car” smell, and something(s) fishy…

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Exciting Times For… Spectroscopy: With Karen Esmonde-White and Rob Lascola

| Margot Lespade

What is the single-most exciting development in spectroscopy today? For Karen Esmonde-White and Rob Lascola, it’s spatially offset Raman.

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