The Analytical Chemistry Springboard
- Atomic Emission Detector
A brief description of the microwave-induced plasma emission detector for gas chromatography.
- Basic Liquid Chromatography
A real hypertextbook on the web. Great for anyone wanting to learn the basics of LC techniques! Requires a frame-compliant browser, such as Netscape 2.0.
- CAA - Data Interpretation
A "task description" for a laboratory automation project for automated analysis and automated data interpretation of EPA Method 8080 for organochlorine compounds and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
- Care and Maintenance of GC Capillary Columns
A hypertext devoted to solving column problems for the capillary gas chromatography practitioner.
- Chemical Separations
Contains copies of the lecture presentations associated with a course in "Chemical Separations" by James K. Hardy at the University of Akron. Lecture slides can be viewed by selecting the appropriate chapter. This course stresses theory and application of modern chromatographic methods. Requires a frame-compliant browser, such as Netscape 2.0.
- Chemiluminescent Reactions and Liquid Chromatography
A brief description of chemiluminescence detection in HPLC using luminol chemistries.
- CHIRBASE - A molecular database for chiral chromatography
This site advertizes the title database, which contains information on a large number of chiral separations and molecular structures. It also provides access to a free online database of commercially available chiral stationary phases, although you have to register by e-mail and obtain a password before entry is granted.
Behind this pretentious title hides a brief hypertext description of chromatography aimed at "biotech people".
- Database for Chiral Chromatography
The site hosts a free www database on chiral stationary phases and an email discussion list on chiral chromatography.
- DOE Methods for Evaluating Environmental and Waste Management Samples
This living document supports sampling and analytical activities for the evaluation of environmental and waste management samples from U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sites. DOE Methods is the result of extensive cooperation from all DOE analytical laboratories. This document encompasses methods for collecting representative samples and for determining the radioisotope activity and organic and inorganic composition of a sample. The documents are in the .PDF format. You must have a copy of Adobe Acrobat® Reader or Exchange to view them. You can download Acrobat Reader for free from Adobe's World Wide Web server.
- Duke University Analytical Educational Materials
A set of laboratory instructions from the Lochmuller group.
- The FFFRCenter
The Field-Flow Fractionation Research Center (FFFRC) incorporates the laboratories and facilities of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Utah devoted to field-flow fractionation research.
- Flame Photometric GC Detector
The reason to use more than one kind of detector for gas chromatography is to achieve selective and/or highly sensitive detection of specific compounds encountered in particular chromatographic analyses. The determination of sulfur or phosphorus containing compounds is the job of the flame photometric detector.
- GC/C/MS Home Page
The Biogeochemical Laboratories at Indiana University is the "birthplace" of Isotope Ratio Monitoring Gas Chromatography/ Combustion/ Mass Spectrometry. The main thrust of this Web page will be to service the GC/C/MS users community. Information on the technique, an extensive bibliography, software documentation and updates, and information on whom to contact for more information are all available at this Web location.
- High Speed Gas Chromatography
The simple geometry and small dimensions of the trapping medium in solid phase microextraction (coating on a fused silica fiber) enable very rapid desorption of the compounds extracted from a sample, which makes SPME a very good sample introduction technique for high-speed GC separations. A slide presentation by Janus Pawliszyn.
- HPLC '96
- HPLC Troubleshooter
Intended to provide help for the students of chromatographic techniques and as support for advanced courses on high resolution chromatography. All other visitors are warmly welcome.
- International Adsorption Society (IAS)
The International Adsorption Society (IAS) groups all those interested in adsorption science and technology, both in industry and academia. IAS has its own Journal "Adsorption" and conference "Fundamentals of Adsorption" every 3 years.
- Introduction to Chromatography
An Access Excellence science seminar background paper by Patrick McKay, senior research associate, Department of Recovery Sciences, Genentech, Inc. The page also contains instructions for a demonstration experiment, where Blue Dextran is mixed with a dilute Phenol Red solution in a buffer containing sodium chloride and sodium acetate at pH 5.0. At this pH, the phenol red turns yellow right in front of the students' eyes. Upon mixing with Blue Dextran, the solution turns green. Application of the solution to a Pharmacia PD-10 column separates the green back into blue and yellow.
- Journal of Chromatography
Journal contents e-mail service. Clicking the link allows you to send a an e-mail, where the text subscribe separation-c should be the subject and the only contents of the e-mail body text. You'll get a reply back via e-mail to verify that your subscription has been properly entered. Make sure your e-mail parameters have been configured correctly if you are sending from a WWW browser.
- Journal of Chromatography A
A listing of titles of the symposium issues of J. Chromatogr. A.
- Journal of Chromatography Library
Listing of monographies in the Elsevier Science Publishers title book series. A click on each entry leads to the table contents and ordering information.
- The LC/MS Home Page
This site provides a comprehensive listing of books, reviews, courses, meetings, manufacturers, and contract labs for any technique relating to LC/MS. The site is structured to assist the information gathering process for newcomers and problem solvers in LC/MS.
- Miniature Gas Chromatography Sensor
Real-time, on-the-spot chemical sensing for industrial and government applications.
- NIST Guide
An index to the Chemical Science & Technology Laboratory of NIST, with pointers to small, nifty texts describing various techniques.
- Organic Chemistry Lab Techniques
An organic chemistry resource developed by Yue-Ling Wong and Ching-Wan Yip, aimed to provide learning and teaching organic chemistry materials on the net. Includes MPEG and QuickTime movies on separatory funnel extraction, thin-layer chromatography with an interactive exercise and TLC Rf calculation, Gas chromatography, UV-Vis absorption spectroscopy, and NMR. Sections on distillation and filtration are not yet available. Also demonstrates multiple choice questions with instant feedback using the WWW forms feature.
- Photoionization Detector
A brief description of the gas chromatography detector based on ionization by deep UV light.
- Shula's home page
Contains a guide to some topics in HPLC plus links to various chromatography resources.
- SIS Adsorbent Resins
Adsorbent Resins are utilized by Purge and Trap (P&T) and other thermal desorption applications. These pages describe the use of breakthrough volume data on a number of adsorbent resins for more than 200 organic compounds as well as the use of this data and other adsorbent resin physical properties to determine the best adsorbent resin to select for your application.
- Solid Phase Microextraction
SPME involves exposing a fused silica fibre that has been coated with a non-volatile polymeric liquid to a sample or its headspace. The absorbed analytes are thermally desorbed in the injector of a gas chromatograph (GC) or GC-mass spectrometer for separation and quantitation. A slide presentation by Janus Pawliszyn.
- Tingyue Gu's Chromatography Simulation Home Page
Discusses the use and distribution of chromatography simulation software covered in the book entitled "Mathematical Modeling and Scale-up of Liquid Chromatography" by the author of this page. The Fortran codes described in the book are now available in the form of MS-DOS or Windows 95 executables at this site.
- TLC Experiment
Thin-layer chromatography, abbreviated as TLC, is frequently employed for the qualitative analysis of mixtures and pure organic compounds. This link describes a TLC experiment.
- The Use of Pirkle Concept Chiral Chromatography as an Analytical Tool
A popular article written by C.J. Welch, printed in Laboratory Equipment Digest in February 1995.
- Virginia Tech Chemistry Hypermedia Project - Separation Pages
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- Spreadsheet Simulations for Analytical Chemistry
By T.C. O'Haver, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of Maryland at College Park: "This is a collection of interactive simulations for use by students in my courses in Instrumental Analysis and Spectrochemical Methods. They were developed using Informix WingZ, an object-oriented spreadsheet with a powerful built-in macro language."
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