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IC and HPLC Technical Notes

IC and HPLC Technical Notes
TN 707: Injection Routines Explained: Effectively Using a User Defined Program
TN 519: Extending the Performance of LC/MS to Nonvolatile Buffers with the AQA
TN 512: MS Detection with the AQA for LC and IC Using Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Techniques
TN 149: Determination of NADH/NADPH Using IC and HR/AM Spectroscopy
TN 147: UHPLC Analysis of 2-AB-Labeled Dextran Ladder and Assignment of Glucose Units to Unknown Glycans
TN 146: Fast Determinations of Lactose and Lactulose in Milk Products Using HPAE-PAD
TN 145: Determination of Total Inorganic Arsenic in Fruit Juice Using High-Pressure Capillary Ion Chromatography
TN 144: Inline Filtration for Ion Chromatography
TN 143: Advanced UHPLC Setups to Overcome Limitations of Nebulizer-Based Detectors
TN 142: Eliminating Delays Caused by Column Wash and Reconditioning to Increase Throughput for Gradient HPLC/UHPLC Methods
TN 141: Tune Your Mixing Volume for Gradient Generation to Achieve Better Detection Limits
TN 140: Optimizing and Monitoring Solvent Quality for UV-Vis Absorption, Fluorescence and Charged Aerosol Detectors
TN 139: Determination of Anions in Fracking Flowback Water From the Marcellus Shale Using Automated Dilution and Ion Chromatography
TN 138: Accurate and Precise Automated Dilution and In-line Conductivity Measurment Using the AS-AP Autosampler Prior to Analysis by Ion Chromatography
TN 137: Deterination of Carbohydrates in Urine by Capillary HPAE-PAD
TN 136: Configuring a High-Pressure Dedicated Capillary IC System for Electrochemical Detection
TN 135: Determinations of Monosaccharides and Disaccharides in Beverages by Capillary HPAE-PAD
TN 134: Configuring a High-Pressure Integrated Capillary IC System
TN 133: HPAE-PAD Peak Area Response of Glycoprotein Oligosaccharides
TN 132: Determination of Inorganic Anions in Municipal Water Using High-Pressure Modular Capillary Ion Chromatography
TN 131: Configuring High-Pressure Capillary IC on the Modular IC System
TN 130: Fast Determinations of Inorganic Ions in Salton Sea Samples Using a High-Pressure IC System
TN 129: Configuring High-Pressure IC Systems for Analytical Flow Rates
TN 127: Efficient and Fast Separations of Inorganic Anions in Water Samples Using a 4 μm Particle Size Microbore Column with a High-Pressure Ion Chromatography System
TN 126: Determination of Organic Acids in Beer Samples Using a High-Pressure Ion Chromatography System
TN 125: Guidelines for Successful Use of Thermo Scientific Dionex AminoTrap Columns
TN 124: Determination of Inorganic Anions in Acid Rain Using a Dedicated High-Pressure Capillary Ion Chromatography System
TN 123: Determination of Inorganic Anions in Acid Rain Using a High-Pressure Modular Capillary Ion Chromatography System
TN 122: Separation of Heat Stable Amine Salts in Methyldiethanolamine (MDEA) Solutions Using High-Pressure IC
TN 121: Fast Determinations of Inorganic Cations in Municipal Wastewater Using High-Pressure Capillary IC
TN 120: Fast Separations of Counter Ion in an Allergy Drug Tablet Using High-Pressure Capillary IC
TN 119: Fast Separations of Organic Acids in an Orange Juice Sample Using High-Pressure Capillary IC
TN 118: Fast Separations of Anions and Organic Acids in a Carbonated Beverage Using High-Pressure Capillary IC
TN 117: Fast Determinations of Inorganic Cations in Influent and Effluent Wastewater Samples Using High-Pressure IC
TN 116: Determination of Bromate by ISO Method 11206
TN 113: Practical Guidance for Using Capillary Anion Chromatography
TN 112: Determintion of Trace Anions in Ultrapure Water Using Capillary Ion Chromatography
TN 111: Automatic Resampling Using Chromeleon AutoDilution, Two Injection Loops, and the Dionex AS-DV Autosampler
TN 110: Carbohydrate Determination by HPAE-PAD with Disposable Au on PTFE Working Electrodes
TN 109: Analysis of 2-Aminobenzamide (AB) Labeled Glycans Using HPLC with Fluorescence Detection
TN 108: Reliable Solvent Mixing in UHPLC
TN 107: Automated In-Needle Derivatization Applying a User-Defined Program for the Thermo Scientific Dionex WPS-3000 Split-Loop Autosampler
TN 106: Ultrahigh-Efficiency LC-MS/MS Separations of Proteolytic Digests on PepSwift Monolithic Columns
TN 100: Electrochemical Detector Loss of Response
TN 99: Electrochemical Detector Background Currents and Baseline Noise
TN 92: Combining Fluorescence Detection with UHPLC: An Overview of the Technical Requirements
TN 90: Mass Sensitivity of Capillary IC Systems Explained
TN 89: Determination of Water- and Fat-Soluble Vitamins by HPLC
TN 86: Miniaturized Nano HPLC for Increased MS Sensitivity
TN 85: Automated Two-Dimensional Separation of Peptides by Ion-Pair Reversed-Phase High-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Electrospray Ionization-Mass Spectrometry at High and Low pH
TN 84: Automatic Dilutions Using Chromeleon AutoDilution and Two Injection Loops
TN: 83 Automatic Vial-to-Vial Dilutions Using Chromeleon AutoDilution and the ICS-3000 AS Autosampler with the Sample Prep Option
TN 82: ProSwift RP-10R 1 × 50 mm Monolithic Columns for Fast, High-Peak-Capacity LC Separations of Intact Proteins
TN: 81 Automatic Dilutions Using Chromeleon AutoDilution and the Partial Loop Injection Capability of the ICS-3000 As Autosampler
TN 80: Reduce Eluent Consumption by Optimizing UltiMate 3000 Quaternary Analytical Systems for Small Column Volumes
TN 79: Two-Dimensional LC Protein Separation on Monolithic Columns in a Fully Automated Workflow
TN 78: Novel Off-line Multidimensional LC Method for Separation and Tandem MS Detection of Tryptic Peptides
TN 77: Automated Off-Line 2D-LC: A Powerful Tool for the Separation of Complex Samples with the UltiMate 3000 Proteomics MDLC System
TN 76: The UltiMate 3000 MudPit Solution
TN 75: A Universal Tool for Method Transfer From HPLC to UHPLC
TN 74: High Peak Capacity Nano LC Peptide Separations Using Long Packed Columns
TN 73: Determination of Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) and Perfluorooctanesulfonic Acid (PFOS) in Water Samples Using On-Line Sample Concentration, Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography, and Suppressed Conductivity Detection
TN 72: Reduced Solvent Consumption Mode Allows Continuous Nano LC Operation for One Month
TN 71: Eluent Preparation for High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection
TN 70: Data Reporting in Chromeleon
TN 67: Instrument Control and Data Acquisition with Chromeleon
TN 65: Using Chromeleon in a Networked Environment
TN 64: Using the AS Automated Sampler in the Simultaneous, Sequential, and Concentrate Modes
TN 63: Peak Identification and Estimation of Percent Purity using HPAE with 3-D Amperometry
TN: 62 Reducing Carbonate Interference in Anion Determinations with the Carbonate Removal Device (CRD)
TN 60: UltiMate 3000: Direct Sample Injection onto a 75-um I.D. PepMap 100 (C18) Column
TN 57: Automated System Suitability Testing with Chromeleon
TN 55: Screening of Sample Matrices and Individual Matrix Ingredients for Suitability in AAA-Direct
TN 53: Determination of Glycoprotein Monosaccharide Composition by HPAE-PAD Using On-Line Electrolytically Generated Eluents
TN 54: Using Chromeleon Chromatography Management Software to Comply with 21 CFR Part 11
TN 50: Determination of the Amino Acid Content of Peptides by AAA-Direct
TN 48: Determination of Trace Anions in High-Purity Water by High-Volume Direct Injection with the EG40
TN 47: Achieving Low Baseline Noise for Anion Determination by Suppressed Conductivity Using Carbonate Eluents
TN 46: Determination of Trace Anions in Concentrated Glycolic Acid
TN 45 Determination of Trace Anions in Hydrofluoric Acid, Ammonium Fluoride, and a Buffered Oxide Etchant
TN 44: The Determination of Trace Anions in Concentrated Phosphoric Acid
TN 43: Using Smoothing Algorithms to Reduce Baseline Noise in Chromatography
TN 42: Glycoprotein Oligosaccharide Analysis Using High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography
TN 41: Analysis of Sialic Acids Using High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography
TN 40: Glycoprotein Monosaccharide Analysis Using HPAE-PAD with Eluent Generation
TN 36: Analysis of Exoglycosidase Digestions of N-Linked Oligosaccharides Using HPAE-PAD
TN 30: Monosaccharide and Oligosaccharide Analysis of Glycoproteins Electrotransferred onto Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Membranes
TN 29: Automated Sample Preconcentration of Metals in Drinking Water for Inductively Coupled Argon Plasma (ICAP) Spectroscopy
TN 28: Ion Chromatography/Inductively Coupled Argon Plasma (IC/ICAP): A New Technique for Trace Metal Determinations
TN 27: Determination of Lanthanide Metals in Digested Rock Samples by Chelation Ion Chromatography
TN 26: Determination of Cr(VI) in Water, Waste Water, and Solid Waste Extracts
TN 25: Determination of Transition Metals in Complex Matrices by Chelation Ion Chromatography
TN 24: Determination of Chromium by Ion Chromatography
TN 23: Ion Chromatography of Lanthanide Metals
TN 21: Optimal Settings for Pulsed Amperometric Detection of Carbohydrates Using the Dionex ED40 Electrochemical Detector
TN 20: Analysis of Carbohydrates by High Performance Anion Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (HPAE-PAD)
TN 19: Gradient Elution In Ion Chromatography: Anion Exchange With Conductivity Detection
TN 16: Eluent Preparation for First-Generation Dionex Columns
TN 12: Methods Development Using Ion-Pair Chromatography with Suppressed Conductivity Detection
TN 10: Determination of Transition Metals by Ion Chromatography
TN 9: Conductivity Detection, Conductance Laws and Electrolyte Equilibria
TN 8:The Use of Concentrator Columns in Ion Chromatography