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Improve Semivolatiles Method Performance with Rxi-SVOCms Columns

Designed specifically for semivolatiles, highly inert Rxi-SVOCms columns consistently produce good peak shapes, separations, and responses, even for challenging analytes. In this split injection method, excellent results were obtained for a wide range of troublesome compounds, even those that are reactive or difficult to resolve.

Cannabinoids Calibration: How Long Are Working Standards Stable?

Do you know how stable your cannabinoids calibration standards are once the ampuls are open and the working standards have been made? We mixed our cannabinoids neutrals and cannabinoids acids standards and tested the stability of all 16 compounds over 30 days under different storage conditions and here’s what we found.

Video Tech Tip: The Right Way to Change an LC-UV Detector Lamp

Replacing the UV detector lamp should be done routinely or when issues like low energy, noisy baseline, or ignition problems occur. Fortunately, it’s a simple procedure that you can do yourself. This video tech tip shows you how to do it correctly, so that you can get your instrument back up and running as quickly as possible.

Do you Have Questions about LC Detector Lamps?

In this blog post, we address some of the most common questions that our Technical Service department receives about LC detector lamps. Read on to learn more about what lamps are available, whether you need one with an RFID chip, and how to quickly find the right replacement for your current lamp.