When developing a method for the routine multiresidue analysis of pesticides in food commodities there are several factors that need to be considered when selecting which liquid chromatography (LC) column to use. The requirements include:… 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 >
Scientists from Waters and Pfizer collaborated to take on the challenge of engineering a novel reversed-phase LC column for high-throughput separations with enhanced resolution, selectivity, and recovery of target mAbs and ADCs.
A new approach to stationary phase chemistry for reversed-phase LC analysis of proteins, including monoclonal antibodies and antibody drug conjugates, delivers higher fidelity data especially for MS-based peak identification.
Can pairing column stationary phases improve nanoflow and microflow LC-MS results? Let’s take a closer look at the basics of trapping and the advantages and considerations for implementing a trapping step in a LC separation in part 1 of this 3-part series.
Three tips to help you reduce physical contaminants from impacting your chromatographic column’s longevity.
Retaining and separating highly polar, water-soluble organic compounds has been a challenge for separations scientists who prefer reversed-phase chromatography as their technique of choice. See how Waters has addressed these analytical challenges with our T3 columns.
Webinar Highlights | Understanding the Impact of System Dispersion on Separation Performance Hi, I am Jonathan E. Turner, Product Marketing Manager for ACQUITY® UPLC® and CORTECS® lines of columns at Waters Corporation. I recently conducted… Read more >