Separating samples and then analyzing them often requires liquid chromatography (LC) and mass spectrometry (MS) instrumentation, respectively. To explore the ongoing advances in LC/MS technology, we talked with experts from leading vendors.LISTED UNDER: Mass LC | HPLC and MS Systems
Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced the Agilent 7890B gas chromatograph and the 5977A Series mass selective detector.
The Thermo Scientific Prelude SPLC sample preparation and liquid chromatography system was developed to make analysis of target compounds in complex biological matrices routine for clinical research and forensic toxicology laboratories.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. introduced the Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-5000+ Reagent-Free HPIC designed to elevate ion chromatography separation capabilities to new levels of resolution, speed and flexibility.
In separating ions, capillary electrophoresis (CE) works just as the name suggests, using a capillary. The less obvious side of this technology revolves around its expanding use.
Waters introduced the new Waters ACQUITY UPLC I-Class System, a high performing UPLC system. For scientists challenged by the most difficult separations, the ACQUITY UPLC I-Class features low system dispersion and low carryover.
Agilent Technologies introduced the Agilent 971-FP Flash Purification System, a personal flash chromatography instrument for pharmaceutical chemists, offering fast, easy, and secure purification of new synthetic compounds.
Seacoast Science and Forston Labs announce the launch of the Forston Mini Gas Chromatograph (GC). The new product is based on Seacoast’s SeaPORT Mini GC, which uses MEMS technology originally developed for the Army Research Laboratories, and is integrated with the Forston Labs LabNavigator resulting in a shoebox-sized, lightweight, portable GC.
Malvern Instruments offers new applications for its Viscotek TDAmax multiple detection gel permeation chromatography (GPC) system together with instruments from the Zetasizer particle characterization family. Applications for the Viscotek TDAmax Triple Detector Array (TDA) GPC system from Malvern Instruments have been extended through the inclusion of a new viscometer in the setup.
The new Nexera ultra high-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) system from Shimadzu delivers speed, resolution, and pulse-free operation for LC/MS(/MS) applications.
Agilent Technologies announced the 6490 Triple Quadrupole LC/MS System with iFunnel technology. iFunnel technology drives sensitivity gains for most applications in the process of atmospheric pressure ion sampling.
Waters introduced the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class Bio System, expanding the scientific and business benefits of UPLC Technology for macromolecule analysis by optimizing characterization of biomolecule structures supporting their progression to viable biotherapeutics.
Researchers at the NMI (Natural and Medical Sciences Institute) of the University of Tübingen in Germany are using the Viscotek TDAmax GPC/SEC triple detection system with Omnisec software, both from Malvern Instruments, in their analysis of biomaterials.
Eksigent introduces the ExpressLC-Ultra—a new microscale HPLC system that runs at column pressures up to 10,000 psi, allowing the use of sub-2 micron particle columns.
The NanoLC-Ultra chromatography system delivers gradient precision at pressures to 10,000 psi and is offered for chromatographic separation of complex peptide mixtures. It can be used with long columns and accommodates columns packed with small particles.