Behind the Science, S3 Ep 1: Exploring new dimensions in chromatography with Claude Mallet

Video   May 18, 2018

 

What do you do when standard chromatography workflows don't deliver enough sensitivity? You can either inject more mass or volume - which can lead to more problems. To kick off season 3 of Behind the Science, our host Jen Fournier meets Claude Mallet of Waters at his new multi-dimensional chromatography lab to break down the myths of 2D LC, also known as LCxLC.

Learn more about 2D LC technology from Waters: https://www.waters.com/2D
Nanoflow, microflow & trap columns: http://bit.ly/2JwmGmE

 
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