(via SelectScience) The Phenomenex specialists are always on hand to provide gas chromatograpy support. Ramkumar Dhandapani is a gas chromatography (GC) technical manager for Phenomenex. SelectScience spoke to Ramkumar to learn more about the extensive online support services offered by the company. These services and tools support GC scientists through Continue Reading
If you have ever had to move houses, rooms, or even desks in your office you know how much of a pain it can be. Now imagine having to move and create an entirely new work place for the whole company. It’s no cakewalk for any type of company. But Continue Reading
Concerns surrounding pesticide contamination are not limited to fruits and vegetables. According to Toxics Action Center, pesticides are used almost everywhere: not only in agricultural fields, but also in homes, parks, schools, buildings, forests, and roads.
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No actual fingers were harmed in the making of this propaganda video. The Global Council of Finger Safety is not a real council because we have yet to be recognized by the International Council of Officially Recognized Councils (ICORC). However, we will not let that deter us from delivering our Continue Reading
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Depending on method conditions, early eluting compounds are apt to have poor peak shapes. Within are some steps that can be implemented to help minimize any distortions to early eluting peaks in gas chromatography.
The boiling point is the temperature where liquid has enough energy that molecules transferring into the vapor phase exert a pressure that is equal to the outside pressure. This allows molecules anywhere—not just the surface—to transfer to the gas phase.