The convenience store chain 7-Eleven, celebrates their day, July 11th, by doling out millions of free small cups of Slurpee® to their customers. However, while guzzling down your free frozen Continue Reading
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By Scott Krepich, Food and Environmental Application Scientist Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography (HILIC) is a variant of normal-phase liquid chromatography that partly overlaps with other chromatographic applications such as ion-chromatography and Continue Reading
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Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC) is a chromatographic mode used mainly for the separation of polar compounds that are too hydrophilic to be retained in a reversed phase column.
Peak shape issues at the apex of a peak are typically related to detector saturation. This symptom can be observed as flattening and/or noise at the peak apex.