Let’s continue our discussion on creating and using MS Spectral libraries. Learn how to use the library to identify peaks in sample chromatograms.
My sample stayed in the solution…or did it? Samples are precious. Well-prepared samples are the starting point of all successful experiments. That’s why we spend time and effort on sample preparation; so that the resulting… Read more >
As a chromatography scientist at Waters, I often get the opportunity to travel to different laboratories around the world and to meet with various types of researchers. This allows me to stay up to date… Read more >
The 30th James L. Waters Annual Symposium will take place on Monday, March 18 in Philadelphia as part of Pittcon 2019. The theme of this year’s Symposium focuses on early research efforts required to develop… Read more >
MS Spectral Libraries can be helpful in identifying peaks in sample chromatograms . Join us for a multi-part discussion on how to create and use MS Spectral Libraries.
There’s no question that we’ve entered the age of smart technology. Your phone, your home, your refrigerator, even your light bulbs are all getting smarter. Such technologies do more and more to run themselves, removing… Read more >
Non-specific binding of protein and peptides continues to plague scientists with low recovery. high variability, and poor sensitivity. Are you doing enough to combat non-specific binding?
Did you know if the QDa detector becomes contaminated it can interfere with the MS spectra in your sample? Learn how MS 3D Subtraction in the Processing Method can help. Read more>