mayline at ix.netcom.com
Fri Apr 18 01:27:26 EST 1997
I would recommend that you post this (if you haven't yet) in the
newsgroup sci.chem.analytical--there will be chromatographers who would
be happy to help you answer some of the questions you have posed.
You may also want to search the American Laboratory magazine or visit
the Pittcon web site (not sure about the url). These two sources will
provide you latest in chromatography stuff. Another source is labzar
Hope this helps,
In <3354AA32.D75 at nasw.org> Jim Kling <jkling at nasw.org> writes:
>I am writing a product 'research needs' review in the HPLC area for
>The Scientist (http://220.127.116.11) magazine. I would like to get
>comments from researchers (industry, academic, professors, graduate
>students -- anyone familiar with HPLC systems) on the trends and
>changing research needs in HPLC systems. The following questions give
>a sense for the kind of comments I'm looking for, but I'd love to hear
>any comments you may have. Please respond to jkling at nasw.org, and
>indicate your full title and specialty (molecular biologist, etc) so
>that I can quote you appropriately.
>I need to hear from you by Monday, April 28th at the very latest, as
>that is my deadline for this piece (the sooner, the better!)
>What HPLC methods (FPLC, size exclusion, ion exchange, affinity, etc)
>are gaining in popularity? Why? What methods are falling out of
>favor? Again why?
>Same question as above for the types of colums and packing materials
>that are available.
>What features on an HPLC instrument do you value the most? What
>accessories (ie, autosamplers, fraction collectors, etc)? Why?
>What features or accessories would you really like to see that are not
>commonly available in HPLC instruments?
>Again, please respond to jkling at nasw.org with your full name, title
>and specialty. Thanks!
>jkling at pacificrim.net
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