• Quechers recommendation

    Good afternoon, we need to analyze salmon and we currently use these Quechers•              Bond Elut QuEChERS “Original Method” ...
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  • Consumables Applications and Workflows

    Would you like an easier way to find the consumables for your Application or Workflow? We have created Send-a-Lists that will load into the Favorites section of your Agilent.com account. You can add or delet...
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  • Guard column & cartridge for Agilent ZORBAX Extend-C18 Column

    Hi All,    I would like to purchase a guard column kit and related cartridges for the Agilent ZORBAX Extend-C18 Column (P.N. 763953-902). I was lost through navigating on the Agilent website and c...
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  • GC Column

    Hi , Which column for GC works for phases G26 and G37? (in a single column) Regards
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  • HPLC Columns

    Hello everyone I hope you are all in good health, I need your help again. What are the best options for these columns? L1 (C18) Phenomenex Luna 10 u C18 (2) 100A 300 x 4,6 mm ; 10 µm L51 Chiral Kromasil 25-AmyCo...
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  • Columns Agilent compatible

    What columns Agilent are compatible with these? Prevail Organic Acid 53 x 7 mm 3um Ultra Aq C18 100 x 3 mm 3um Regards
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  • Guard Column for 757700-902;959961-906;880975-912

    Guard Column for 757700-902;959961-906;880975-912
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  • Calculating Column Volume

    Sometimes for things like conditioning a new column, re-equilibrating after a sample run, or changing mobile phases, you’ll see protocols written in terms of “column volumes.” You may also want to ca...
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  • A simple tip to protect your columns

    This setting in your LC control software goes a long way toward prolonging the lifetime of your LC column.   Hello everybody, today I want to share a quick and easy way to protect your LC columns. This tip appli...
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  • Oligonucleotide Analysis - Unexpected Details Matter

    When we think about setting up a chromatography experiment, we probably think about details such as making sure our glassware is clean, using low-binding and/or high recovery sample vials for small quantity protein sa...
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  • Checking Your Intuition - Sub 2 µm vs Superficially Porous

    Sometimes sub 2 micron particles aren't the magic bullet - when is another column better?   Hello again! This week we have a guest post from my colleague, Mike. Mike is one of our field applications scientists w...
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  • Recommended Reading

    You'll want to bookmark this helpful resource - how-to-guides, app notes, and column selection advice all in one place!   Hello again! This week I want to share another great resource with you. Webinars are a gr...
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  • Must See Webinars

    Hi everybody – this week instead of giving you a couple of tips myself, I want to point you toward a whole bunch of tips from my colleague, Rita.  The group she’s in offers monthly webinars, all of wh...
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  • LC column C8 4.6x250mm; 5um; base-deactivate

    Do you know what LC column from Agilent is C8 base-deactivate?
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  • Tips & Tricks for Amino Acid Analysis – Part IV

    Ever wonder why chemical supplies are shipped or prepared a certain way?  Stability is often the answer. Hi guys! We have a guest writer for today’s post, my colleague Bill from the small molecule columns t...
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  • Tips & Tricks for Amino Acid Analysis – Part III

    Time is often our most valuable resource.  This post talks about how to shave time off your amino acid analysis.   I’ve got a third installment for our mini-series on the AdvanceBio Amino Acid Analysi...
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  • Tips & Tricks for Amino Acid Analysis – Part II

    Occasionally things go awry with our analyses.  This post addresses troubleshooting for common problems with amino acid analysis.   Last time we talked about easy, preventative steps you can take to ke...
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  • Fake It Until You Make It: When BioInert Isn’t an Option

    Last time we looked at the impact that a metal-free flowpath can have in successfully monitoring “sticky” metabolites such as some TCA cycle compounds, polyamines, or phosphate-containing metabolites....
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  • Minimizing Metals for Best HILIC Results

    In this post, learn how to successfully monitor "sticky" metabolites with a stainless steel LC.   Of the analytes that you can monitor with HILIC separations, amino acids are fairly straightforward. Aside from c...
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  • A Tip for Preparing Robust and Consistent Mobile Phases

    Consistently prepared mobile phases are key to consistent chromatography results.  Order of operations can matter to more than just math.   A method is only as robust as each of the components involved, and...
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