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Reliable Low-Level Analysis of Glycols in Water Using Split Injection

Obtaining consistent results for low-level analysis of glycols in water samples is difficult when using splitless injection due primarily to issues with backflash, poor peak shape, and shifting retention times. The split injection method shown here avoids these problems and reliably produces good chromatographic results. Lifetime testing demonstrated that Rtx-Wax columns produce stable results, even after column integrity was challenged with 600 water injections.
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Increase Sample Throughput with New 15-Minute, Low-Level PAH GC-MS Analysis

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are analyzed at low levels around the world in order to protect human and environmental health. The PAH GC-MS analysis shown here uses SIM mode and column and method parameters scaled down from a commonly used semivolatiles method. Good chromatographic results were achieved down to 0.05 ng on-column in a fast, 15-minute analysis time.
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Analysis of FAMEs in Biodiesel Fuel: Pro EZGC Modeling Software Ensures Proper Column Selection

Polar columns were evaluated for the analysis of fatty acids methyl esters (FAMEs) in finished B100 biodiesel according to method EN 14103 (2011). Using Restek’s Pro EZGC chromatogram modeler, a high cyano phase Rt-2330 column and a polyethylene glycol phase FAMEWAX column were compared. The modeling software predicted an unacceptable coelution between the internal standard (C19:0 FAME) and FAME C18:2 when using the Rt-2330 column. However, the modeler also predicted that the FAMEWAX column would separate all the compounds of interest, which was demonstrated empirically. In addition, the results on the FAMEWAX column showed excellent repeatability for both total FAMEs and the linolenic acid methyl ester component.
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Faster Detailed Hydrocarbon Analysis (DHA) Using Hydrogen

Robust Rtx-DHA columns are highly stable and can be run with hydrogen carrier gas under accelerated conditions. The hydrogen-based method for detailed hydrocarbon analysis shown here is twice as fast as traditional approaches, which allows labs to process samples faster and make more profitable decisions during product blending.
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Influencing Selectivity in LC-MS Peptides Analysis on the Raptor ARC-18 Column

Methods for LC-MS peptide analysis often use acidified mobile phases, which can alter retention and selectivity. Here, we demonstrate the effects of modifying acid type, acid concentration, temperature, and gradient slope using several test probes. A Raptor ARC-18 column was employed for this work because it is sterically protected making it extremely stable and resistant to acid damage at low pHs, which is an important characteristic when developing LC-MS methods for peptide analysis.
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Force LC Columns Brochure

Force LC columns are long-lasting and reproducible, even under the stress of UHPLC. Premium quality is backed by the strength of our 100% Pure Satisfaction guarantee. And perhaps most important, Force LC columns are fully scalable between 3 or 5 µm HPLC and 1.8 µm UHPLC, so you can easily transfer and optimize methods without extensive calculations.
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High-Throughput Analysis of Cannabinoids by LC-UV

This simple, isocratic LC-UV analysis of cannabinoids provides complete resolution of 16 cannabinoids, allowing accurate quantitative potency and profile data to be reported. All compounds are separated to baseline in a fast, 9-minute analysis, making this method suitable for high-throughput cannabis testing labs.
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Highly Selective LC-MS/MS Analysis of Mycotoxins from Multiple Classes

Mycotoxin contamination of crops is not only a public health concern, but it also has a huge impact on the global economy. This highly selective LC-MS/MS analysis of 20 mycotoxins in just 9 minutes allows scientists to accurately identify toxins, to monitor food products for contamination, and to support control strategies that prevent economic loss.
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Simplified Methylmalonic Acid Analysis without Derivatization in Human Plasma by LC-MS/MS

Methylmalonic acid analysis is an important clinical test for diagnosing vitamin B12 deficiency as well as methylmalonic acidemia. Methods typically require extensive sample preparation, which involves significant time and expense. The LC-MS/MS method developed here offers a much simpler alternative, providing complete chromatographic resolution of isobaric analytes from the direct injection of a protein crash sample supernatant onto a Force C18 column.
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LC-MS/MS Analysis of Urinary Free Cortisol and Cortisone without Matrix Interferences

In general, LC-MS/MS analysis of urinary free cortisol and cortisone can provide better specificity than immunoassay-based methods. However, it is critical that the analytical column has the proper selectivity for chromatographically separating cortisol from isobaric matrix components. In the method presented here, complete separation of the target analytes and matrix interferences was obtained in a 3-minute analysis on a Raptor Biphenyl column.
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