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Session on #Inorganic Chemistry in Separation Techniques 2019 - July 29, 30 2019 Dublin, Ireland
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Inorganic analysis is a classification of analytical chemistry which used to find composition of inorganic materials Detecting and separation of ions from other inorganic molecules -#Chromatography #MassSpectrometry
Submit your abstracts on Inorganic Chemistry

#SeparationTechniques #InorganicChemistry #Ionization #Durg design #Pharmaceutical compounds #Quantitative Analysis #Qualitative Analysis
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Myself Sheeba Ancy - Program Director of Separation Techniques Conference

Methods - Inorganic trace analysis
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Elemental Trace #Analysis
#TraceMetals Analysis
Trace Metals in Petroleum
#Chemical Trace Analysis
#Petroleum Trace Analysis
Contamination Detection and Analysis
Food contact migration studies e.g. #inorganics into food #simulants
Safety assessment, occupational hygiene in the workplace
Investigation of colour defects in a product, checking for correct polymer additives
Potential for elemental #speciation
#Catalyst characterisation and catalyst poisoning problems
Identifying unique markers, trace elements within a product to defend against copying and legal claims
Identification of unknowns, competitive materials, unwanted material from production

Techniques are X-Ray #Diffraction (pXRD) , X-ray #photoelectron spectroscopy (#XPS) and #Microscopy
High sensitivity, high selectivity instrumentation
crucial sample preparation
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Hi friends!
I need some help here. I have been trying to analyze Cetyl alc. assay, using GC and the method, according to USP-40/ NF-35, but to no avail. All, but one of my system suitability could not be satisfied. It calls for a resolution between cetyl and stearyl NLT 30.

Any suggestions will be highly appreciated!
Thanks!

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Gas Chromatography (GC) is an analytical technique for a wide variety of volatile and/or semi-volatile organic compounds identification and quantitation. It is an indispensable technique for analytical lab to analysis a variety assortment sample types. GC facilitates the separation of complex sample matrices.

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High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is a method able to separate non-volatile, thermally unstable, and polar components separate or in a mixture. HPLC utilized the quality and quantity of both small molecules and polymeric species.

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