Analytical Chemistry
Tech Overview - Low Pressure Liquid Chromatography
In our latest Tech Overviews article, we will discuss low-pressure liquid chromatography (LPLC) systems. Both types of chromatography separate components of a mixture by exploiting physical and chemical characteristics of the components present in the mixture. Like other types of chromatography, LPLC contains a mobile phase and a stationary phase.  Discuss
Tech Overview – Supercritical Fluid Chromatography
Supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) is one of the few “green” purification technologies in the research space today. The method is unique in that a supercritical fluid is used as the mobile phase. This is a substance that has been both compressed and heated beyond its critical point, and thus a distinct liquid or gas phase does not exist; instead it is a supercritical fluid. The fluid is unique in that it has the high density of a liquid but the low viscosity of a gas. Read on to learn more!  Discuss
Tech Overview – Thin Layer Chromatography
Check out the next piece in our series on chromatography. This week, we take a look at thin layer chromatography (TLC). This method was introduced in the 1950’s as a fast, easy, and inexpensive method for qualitative analysis in laboratories across the globe.  Discuss
Tech Overview - Gas Chromatography
Today at The Science Advisory Board we will share another part of our Chromatography Series. Whether this technology is used frequently in your lab, or you simply want to learn more about how Gas chromatography works, be sure to keep reading.  Discuss
Tech Overview - Analytical HPLC
Here at The Science Advisory Board we are starting a new series on analytical and life science instrumentation. In the past wet chemistry methods were put to use in order to perform chemical analyses. Modern analytical instruments accomplish similar tasks, but with greater sensitivity and specificity. Their increased user-friendliness has made laboratory life far easier for scientists and labs can now speed up procedures and analyze samples to an extent that would have been perhaps unimaginable only a decade or two ago. Each week we will present new content on a multitude of topics ranging from mass spectrometry to life science instrumentation like Sanger Sequencing.  Discuss
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Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) 2020
January 25-29
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January 29-30
London, Greater London United Kingdom
Medlab Middle East
February 3-6
Dubai, Dubai United Arab Emirates
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