Well, there are so many options and I guess it is dependent on your
application and what limit of detection you need to achieve. I am
curious about your thought and opinion, please let me know which MS and
what application you use or would use? For t...
Just in case you missed the IC-MS webinar from James McCullagh talking
about metabolomics (Exploring analytical performance and metabolome
coverage by IC-MS). We have a case study that he has given me from his
point of view about the use of ion chrom...
As there have been a few conferences on Extractables and Leachables, I
have had a few questions sent my way. In fact, they are related to
packaging to both Pharma and Food & Beverage, it also related to waste
water treatment. This is looking at volat...
I am doing some research on the use of the AminoTrap column, does anyone
use them? What column are you using it with? Do you use it instead of a
guard with an analytical column? Do you know why you are using it? Let
me know your thoughts? Penny for y...
There are times when I get asked how to get rid of transition metal
contamination for IC analysis but there are times when I get asked how
they can analysis the transition metals! Well, there are different ways
to do this depending on the levels, the...
@IC-man , let me tell you why the retention time is now earlier. 1.
transition metals have a tendency to stick to the resins and take up
capacity in columns and suppressors. 2. 2N HCl through an anion exchange
column with have a lot of Cl- anions tak...
@IC-man, interesting. What concentration of anions are you looking at?
Also, are you using electrolytic suppression or external water? From
experience of using DMF, it's never that clean. Chemical suppression is
better for using with higher levels of...
Most people think IC-MS is just with conductivity for basic anions and
cations. It's great to learn that you can characterize O-glycans to this
extend to better understand them! Definitely food for thought.