Journal of Separation Science

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Impact Factor: 2.594

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 28/76 (Chemistry Analytical)

Online ISSN: 1615-9314

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August 2014: VIP articles published in 2013

Cheong, Won Jo, Yang, Song Hee and Ali, Faiz
Molecular imprinted polymers for separation science: A review of reviews
Review, Other Techniques, DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201200784

Paul G. Stevenson, Hong Gao, Fabrice Gritti and Georges Guiochon
Removing the ambiguity of data processing methods: Optimizing the location of peak boundaries for accurate moment calculations
Research Article, Liquid Chromatography, DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201200759

Zonghua Wang, Qiang Han, Jianfei Xia, Linhua Xia, Mingyu Ding and Jie Tang
Graphene-based solid-phase extraction disk for fast separation and preconcentration of trace polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from environmental water samples
Research Article, Sample Preparation, DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201300186

Special issue: Sample Preparation for Mass Spectrometry

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You are invited to contribute a paper to the virtual special issue on “Sample Preparation for Mass Spectrometry” in the Journal of Separation Science (JSS).
This special issue will cover research articles, short communications, and review papers dealing with methods and applications of sample preparation concepts that facilitate and ensure accurate analysis by mass spectrometry (MS), be it in direct (infusion) MS analysis or in hyphenated techniques such as HPLC-MS, GC-MS, and CE-MS.
We will collect papers which fit into this special issue until September 2014. If you intend to contribute, please e-mail the tentative title to Kevin Schug or Michael Lämmerhofer. For more information see the general invitation letter.

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