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Chromatography in Greek means to ‘write with colors.’ It is a versatile separation technique developed in 1903 by Mikhail Tswett, a Russian botanist. He separated colorful plant pigments using a column of calcium carbonate. Ever since its discovery, chromatography has evolved as a powerful tool in the lab for the separation and identification of different compounds in a mixture.
A faster and greener method for analysing xanthine content in commercial tea brands

A faster and greener method for analysing xanthine content in commercial tea brands

Combining AIMS with machine learning to speed up breast cancer diagnosis

Combining AIMS with machine learning to speed up breast cancer diagnosis

MicroNIR/Chemometrics approach to hemp flour monitoring successfully identifies residual cannabinoid content

MicroNIR/Chemometrics approach to hemp flour monitoring successfully identifies residual cannabinoid content

Mass spectrometry analyzing ozonolysis of triacylglycerols determines fingerprint age

Mass spectrometry analyzing ozonolysis of triacylglycerols determines fingerprint age

Applying integrated lipidomics and proteomics in multiple myeloma reveals potential disease pathways

Applying integrated lipidomics and proteomics in multiple myeloma reveals potential disease pathways

Using nitrogen in place of helium for DART-MS application could be a greener, more convenient alternative

Using nitrogen in place of helium for DART-MS application could be a greener, more convenient alternative

Lipidomics of human adipose tissue reveals diversity between body areas

Lipidomics of human adipose tissue reveals diversity between body areas