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Basic Multidimensional Gas Chromatography is aimed at the next generation of multidimensional gas chromatography users who will require basic training in the fundamentals of both GC and GCxGC. This book fills the current need for an inexpensive, straightforward guidebook to get new users started. It will help new users determine when to add or purchase a multidimensional system and teach them to optimize and maximize the capability of each system. Readers will also learn to select specific modes for each portion of a multidimensional analysis. This ideal resource is a concise, hard-hitting text that provides the facts needed to get users up and running.
Explains why modern supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) is the leading green analytical and purification separations technology. Modern supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) is the leading method used to analyze and purify chiral and achiral chemical compounds, many of which are pharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical candidates, and natural products including cannabis-related compounds. This book covers current SFC instrumentation as it relates to greater robustness, better reproducibility, and increased analytical sensitivity. Modern Supercritical Fluid Chromatography: Carbon Dioxide Containing Mobile Phases covers the history, instrumentation, method development and applications of SFC. The authors provided readers with an overview of analytical and preparative SFC equipment, stationary phases, and mobile phase choices. Topics covered include: Milestones of Supercritical Fluid Chromatography; Physical Properties of Supercritical Fluids; Instrumentation for SFC; Detection in SFC; Achiral SFC Method Development; Chiral SFC Method Development; and Preparative Scale SFC. The book also includes highlights of modern applications of SFC in the final chapters--namely pharmaceuticals, consumer products, foods, polymers, petroleum-related mixtures, and cannabis--and discusses the future of SFC. Provides a clear explanation of the physical and chemical properties of supercritical fluids, which gives the reader a better understanding of the basis for improved performance in SFC compared to HPLC and GC Describes the advantages of SFC as a green alternative to HPLC and GC for the analysis of both polar, water-soluble, and non-polar analytes Details both achiral and chiral SFC method development, including modifiers, additives, the impact of temperature and pressure, and stationary phase choices Details why SFC is the premier modern preparative chromatographic technique used to purify components of mixtures for subsequent uses, both from performance and economic perspectives Covers numerous detectors, with an emphasis on SFC-MS, SFC-UV, and SFC-ELSD (evaporative light scattering detection) Describes the application of SFC to numerous high-value application areas Modern Supercritical Fluid Chromatography: Carbon Dioxide Containing Mobile Phases will be of great interest to professionals, students, and professors involved in analytical, bioanalytical, separations science, medicinal, petroleum, and environmental chemistries. It will also appeal to pharmaceutical scientists, natural-product scientists, food and consumer-products scientists, chemical engineers, and managers in these areas.
A Century of Separation Science presents an extensive overview of the critical developments in separation science since 1900, covering recent advances in chromatography, electrophoresis, field-flow fractionation, countercurrent chromatography, and supercritical fluid chromatography for high-speed and high-throughput analysis.
This book investigates current trends in chemometrics, proteomics, column technology, and element-selective detection for pharmaceutical, medical, industrial, and environmental applications. It offers recent strategies to evaluate and assess materials in air, water, soil, and landfill samples, to determine the amount of hydrocarbons in the atmosphere and calculate their atmospheric lifetimes, to utilize microfluidic devices for small-volume biological analyses, and to examine the role of proteins in cellular signaling, structures, and pathways. With contributions from leading authorities, this text is an enriching guide for analytical, organic, inorganic, clinical, and physical chemists, chromatographers, biochemists, biotechnologists, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
This book describes the separation mechanism of proteins in ion-exchange chromatography (IEC) by stressing the unique characteristics of IEC of proteins. It helps reader to acquire or improve the technique of IEC of proteins without calling for a deep understanding of the mathematics.
Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) is a powerful way to analyse a range of substances. It is used in everything from food safety to medicine. It has even been used to protect endangered vultures through analysis of poisonous pesticide molecules in their environment! I want to apply this technique, where do I begin? Is GC-MS is the right technique to use? How do I prepare my samples and calibrate the instruments? This textbook has the answers to all these questions and more. Throughout the book, case studies illustrate the practical process, the techniques used and any common challenges. Newcomers can easily search for answers to their question and find clear advice with coloured images on how to get started and all subsequent steps involved in using GC-MS as part of a research process. Readers will find information on collecting and preparing samples, designing and validating methods, analysing results, and troubleshooting. Examples of pollutant, food, oil and fragrance analysis bring the theory to life. The authors use their extensive experience teaching GC-MS theory and practice and draw on their combined backgrounds applying the technique in academic and industry settings to bring this practical reference together. The authors also design and teach the Royal Society of Chemistry's Pan Africa Chemistry Network GC-MS course, which is supported by GSK.
The isolation and structural characterization of substances present at very low concentrations, as is necessary to satisfy regulatory requirements for pharmaceutical drug degradants and impurities, can present scientific challenges. The coupling of HPLC with NMR spectroscopy has been at the forefront of cutting-edge technologies to address these issues. LC-NMR: Expanding the Limits of Structure Elucidation presents a comprehensive overview of key concepts in HPLC and NMR that are required to achieve definitive structure elucidation with very low levels of analytes. Because skill sets from both of these highly established disciplines are involved in LC-NMR, the author provides introductory background to facilitate readers' proficiency in both areas, including an entire chapter on NMR theory. This book provides guidance in setting up LC-NMR systems, discussion of LC methods that are compatible with NMR, and an update on recent hardware and software advances for system performance, such as improvements in magnet design, probe technology, and solvent suppression techniques that enable unprecedented mass sensitivity in NMR. It also describes numerous NMR collection strategies, including continuous flow, stop flow, solid phase extraction (SPE), loop collection, and capillary electrophoresis. In addition, the author presents an overview of NMR experiments and techniques used in structure elucidation. The text focuses on current developments in chromatographic-NMR integration, with particular emphasis on utility in the pharmaceutical industry. Applications include trace analysis, analysis of mixtures, and detection of degradation products, impurities, metabolites, peptides, and more. The text discusses novel uses and emerging technologies that challenge detection limits as well future directions for this important technique. This book is a practical primary resource for NMR structure determination-including theory and application-that guid
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Presenting the latest developments in the field for more than four decades, the Advances in Chromatography series is relied on by scientists and researchers for the most up-to-date information on a wide range of chromatographic methods and applications. Volume 52 continues this tradition with contributions by established, well-known chemists, offering cutting-edge reviews of chromatographic methods with applications in the life sciences. Featured topics include The history, development, and theory behind aerosol-based detectors Protein and peptide biomarkers that are chromatographic endpoints measured in biological fluids and tissues, such as serum, urine, and tissue biopsies Multisegment linear gradient optimization strategy in reversed-phase and hydrophilic interaction chromatographic systems Enantioselective gas chromatography performed using three distinct chiral stationary phases based on hydrogen bonding, metal ion complexation, and inclusion Analysis of the dynamic phenomena of liquid chromatographic systems with six typical reactions in the mobile phase Providing a clear presentation of topics and vivid illustrations for which this series has become known, the latest volume makes the material accessible and engaging to analytical, biochemical, organic, polymer, and pharmaceutical chemists at all levels of technical skill.
For more than four decades, scientists and researchers have relied on the Advances in Chromatography series for the most up-to-date information on a wide range of developments in chromatographic methods and applications. For Volume 51, the series editors have invited established, well-known chemists from across the globe to offer cutting-edge reviews on their areas of expertise-from theoretical aspects to novel and established applications of chromatographic techniques. Featured topics include Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics in Nonlinear Chromatography and Electrophoresis: Theory and Applications Biomimetic Chromatography: A Useful Tool in the Drug Discovery Process Solid-Phase Microextraction for In Vivo Pharmacokinetics and Other Stages of Drug Development Identification and Detection of Antibiotic Drugs and Their Degradation Products in Aquatic Samples Sample Preparation for Chromatographic Analysis Development of HPLC Retention Index QSAR Models for Nontargeted Metabolomics Thin Layer Chromatography with a Controlled Gas Phase Influencing on the Separation The clear presentation of topics and vivid illustrations for which this series has become known makes the material accessible and engaging to analytical, biochemical, organic, polymer, and pharmaceutical chemists at all levels of technical skill.
Advances in Chromatography is a venerable series that has reported on the latest state-of-the-art developments in the field for the past four decades. The newest installment, Volume 49, continues the tradition of compiling the work of expert contributors who present timely and cutting edge reviews of current and emerging methods and applications in this dynamic field. Highlights in this edition include: The hyphenation of liquid chromatography with mass spectrometry in order to determine oligonucleotide adducts as markers for cancer Glycoproteomics and the glycosylation of proteins, addressing biomarkers in different types of diseases Chiral separation, an important area particularly in the pharmaceutical industry, where the technique has been applied with varying results Ion-pairing chromatography and analyte retention Conveying the most recent significant scientific developments in separation science, the book and its series are known for the authors' clear presentation of topics and vivid illustrations. Accessible and engaging, this volume forms a solid foundation for the work of biochemists and analytical, organic, polymer, and pharmaceutical chemists at all levels of technical skill. Meticulously referenced, it will help fuel further research across a range of fields.
Considers three fundamental aspects of molecular interactions important in chromatography, taking care not to duplicate information readily available in other references. Surveys the basic factors involved in complex formation, which governs the retention mechanism and selectivity in either donor or