An Improved Global Method for the Quantitation and Characterization of Lipids by HPLC and Corona Charged Aerosol Detection
5 Aug 2013

Lipids constitute a wide variety of compounds and for convenience can be classified based on their chemical structure (e.g., fatty acids, triglycerides, waxes, steroids, phospholipids etc). Lipids play numerous important roles including biological (e.g., for fuel storage, insulation, and membrane structure), industrial (e.g., lubricants and fuels), and cooking. In this application note, read about an improved HPLC method for the characterization and quantitation of lipids by HPLC and Corona Charged Aerosol Detection.

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