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#ALT# Simplifying Solvent Evaporation for Sample Prep with Next Generation Systems

Many chromatographic methods require some form of sample cleanup prior to injection into a HPLC or GC system, to prevent clogging or undesired interferences. Often Sample prep includes an evaporation/recon step that adds time and complexity to the process. With new state of the art instrumentation, evaporation can be done on plates or vials in a shorter amount of time, with fewer transfer steps. The New Generation of nitrogen evaporators, such as the TurboVap® LV from Biotage, offers revolutionary performance and a user friendly interface.

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   Life Science Applications of ChromatographyLife Science Applications of Chromatography
 
Chromatography is widely used in life science applications. Some applications in the food, molecular biology, and forensic sectors are discussed below.
 
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Wine is an alcoholic beverage usually produced from fermented grapes. Chromatography can be used to investigate a wine's character and taste.
 
   Applications of Gas ChromatographyApplications of Gas Chromatography
 
Gas chromatography was discovered by Russian-Italian botanist, Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet, in the early 1900s.
 
   What is Flash Column Chromatography?What is Flash Column Chromatography?
 
Flash column chromatography is a method of chemical separation that is used to purify chemical mixtures.