Practical Course: Separation Methods
The students gain personal experience with non-instrumental separation techniques and sample preparation methods for hyphenated instrumental separations (e.g. GC-MS). By evaluation of the raw data obtained by measuring their prepared samples they have to calculate basic performance characteristics of the applied methods. Based on these data they have to assess and compare the applied methods and techniques.
Marvin McMaster, Christopher McMaster: GC/MS A Practical User’s Guide, Wiley-VCH, 1998
David M. Bliesner: Validating Chromatographic Methods, A Practical Guide, John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2006
W. George Fong, H. Anson Moye, James N. Seiber, John P. Toth: Pesticide Residues in Foods, Methods, Techniques and Regulations, Chemical Analysis Vol 151, 1999