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Welcome to the April issue of The Analytical Scientist! Read this month's issue to get the latest on organ-on-a chip technology, tackle the growing threat of emerging pollutants, contemplate the analytical tools of the future, round-up new launches from Pittcon, hear an amphibian swab story, chart a course to lipidomics success, protect our planet, fight drug-resistant infections, review the year's best spectroscopy papers and sit down with Columbia University's Wei MIn. Click here to download the complete issue .
New simulation tool for GC
Restek provides a web program, called “ProEZGC”, that allows anyone to simulate separations and change all the GC parameters on-line and experience how separations are impacted. This article describes this program, a free tool that anyone can use, based on calculating retention times based on real measurements. Jaap de Zeeuw explains.
Spectroscopists have expressed their wish to become embedded in The Analytical Scientist. This way spectroscopy topics will have an audience outside their community while other analytical scientists will be informed on spectroscopy. Which is good, since analytical scientists everywhere in the world cannot stick to one technique: we need to expand our toolbox to solve analytical problems. So we embedded 'Spectroscopist Inside' in The Analytical Scientist with a bimonthly frequency.
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