Learn about advances in HPLC systems that help improve chromatographic results when testing for adulteration of dietary supplements.
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As the market for dietary supplements continues to grow, so do instances of fraud and adulteration. Many widely used analytical methods for dietary supplements are based on HPLC technology that was developed decades ago. Since that time, advances in HPLC systems, as well as column particle technology and bonded phases have been introduced, which have greatly improved the ability to resolve the complex mixtures common in dietary supplements, and thereby provide a superior basis for detecting fraud or adulteration.
In this webcast, we will provide a variety of examples that compare the chromatography that is currently practiced with that which can be obtained with modern HPLC columns. In particular, we will demonstrate how Core-Shell technology can significantly improve the resolution of the complex composition of dietary supplements and provide a more robust basis for establishing authenticity.
Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Time: 11 A.M. ET
Duration: 60 minutes