EMD Millipore to Showcase Latest Advancements in HPLC Technologies

29 Apr 2014
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Visit EMD Millipore at Booth #113 at the Annual HPLC Conference, May 12-15, 2014, Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, LA. Considered one of the largest global, multidisciplinary gatherings of separation scientists looking for immediate solutions to the most pressing challenges, HPLC 2014 is the conference of the year that covers all areas of liquid-phase separation science and related techniques.

Showcasing the latest advancements in HPLC technologies, EMD Millipore is a Life Science division of Merck KGaA of Germany. As a leading supplier of laboratory chemicals, water purification systems, solutions for analytical sample preparation and chromatography essentials, we support analytics research, educational and industrial labs with the quality, tools and service needed to work with complete confidence.

At Booth #113, you will learn how EMD Millipore provides the quality, tools and service for HPLC customers to achieve their goals with complete confidence.

Products to be displayed include:
Chromolith® and Chromolith® HighResolution columns, providing you speed and performance based on revolutionary monolithic silica technology.
Purospher® STAR HPLC and UHPLC columns, the all-around high performance solution for complex separations, now with new 2 mm id.
SeQuant®, ZIC®-HILIC and ZIC® – cHILIC, the ideal columns for all classes of polar hydrophilic compounds
LiChrosolv® HPLC solvents and LC-MS solvents, for your best chromatography performance.
Milli-Q® Integral System – the compact water systems producing pure and ultrapure water directly from tap water
Application Specific Pod Paks – Specially designed point-of-use purifiers from EMD Millipore
The Samplicity® Filtration System – high throughput alternative to syringe-tip filters when preparing samples for chromatography
Amicon® Pro Purification System – configure the perfect centrifugal purification device for your protein preparation.

Don’t forget to join EMD Millipore for its special vendor seminars.

Monday May 12th 12:15PM– 1:15PM – "Leverage lab efficiency with monolithic HPLC columns-Superior analysis of matrix-rich samples", where you will learn all about how HPLC columns made of monolithic silica (Chromolith®) provide significant advantages for the analysis of matrix-rich samples compared to particulate columns.

Tuesday May 13th 12:20PM – 1:20PM – "Optimizing Liquid Chromatography Performance: Tips for Sample and Mobile Phase Preparation". Attend this workshop to view new data showing the importance of sample and mobile phase filtration prior to HPLC analysis. You’ll learn tips and tricks for reducing extractables and nonspecific analyte binding, as well as how to choose the right sample preparation platform based on number of samples and sample volume.

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Leverage lab efficiency with monolithic HPLC columns - Superior analysis of matrix-rich samples
Monday, May 12, 2014 from 12:15pm – 1:15pm, Presenter: Petra Lewits

There is an increasing need for HPLC separations of analytes in complex matrices, providing high resolution, sensitivity and robustness within a relative short analysis time. Although there are HPLC analysis approaches using particulate sorbents available, that enable extremely fast separations. These methods have severe limitations for the analysis of matrix-rich samples. Intensive sample preparation is required to avoid column contamination or clogging, when using particulate column sorbents, independent if fully porous or solid core particles are being used.

HPLC columns made of monolithic silica (Chromolith®) provide significant advantages for the analysis of matrix-rich samples compared to particulate columns. Because of their much higher porosity and their very rigid silica skeleton, monolithic HPLC columns enable very fast HPLC separations with minimal sample preparation and very long column lifetimes. Thus monolithic Chromolith® HPLC columns are the preferred choice for the analysis of matrix-rich samples. Their use provides significant savings of time and money.

Optimizing Liquid Chromatography Performance: Tips for Sample and Mobile Phase Preparation
Tuesday, May 13, 2014 from 12:20-1:20PM, Presenter: Vivek Joshi, Ph.D.

Attend this workshop to view new data showing the importance of sample and mobile phase filtration prior to HPLC analysis. You’ll learn tips and tricks for reducing extractables and nonspecific analyte binding, as well as how to choose the right sample preparation platform based on number of samples and sample volume


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