Chiral Compound Confusion: Bart explains how SFC is used to purify enantiomers.

Explaining how to purify enantiomers using SFC →

Maintenance Matters! The importance of keeping your equipment in tip-top shape

The power of prevention is of particular importance when it comes to the maintenance of laboratory equipment. →

The Never Contented! How spray drying enables batteries to keep on keeping on.

Bart explains how spray drying technology is used to improve battery performance. →

Stay cool and protect your analytes: Maceration vs. continuous cold extraction on a rotavapor

In this post, I shall compare two methods for performing extractions on heat-sensitive samples. →

Shining a light on automated evaporation solutions

Bart explains how the latest automated features on rotary evaporators makes the sample preparation process of solid loading a breeze. →

Let’s get critical! SFC vs. HPLC

Bart explains the history of SFC and how it has developed over the years. SFC is then compared with HPLC. →

Celebrating chromatography for the blog’s 5th blooming birthday

Bart celebrates the blogs 5th year by explaining how chromatography was invented by Mikhail Tsvet. A simple experiment is described that explains the key concepts. →

What’s coming up in 2023

The New Year always provides an opportunity to look forward and to reflect. As I have embraced retirement, I have found more time for reflection. →

prep HPLC; Flash; purification

Develop flash and prep HPLC applications to purify a range of compounds

Bart explains the versatility of Flash and Prep HPLC applications to ensure the successful purification. →

Leaks giving you the freaks? How to perform a leak test on your rotary evaporator

Bart Explains how to find and prevent leaks in rotary evaporators… →