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G.I.T: Laboratory Journal 3/2018

Publishing Date: 01.06.2018

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EDITORIAL
The Times They Are a Changin'

A. Kusserow
page 3

EVENTS
The 1st International Conference on Ion Analysis (ICIA 2018)

page 6

ExTech Symposium 2018
page 6

Current Development in Liquid Chromatography (HPLC 2018)
page 7

18th European Congress on Biotechnology (ECB 2018)
page 8

SLAS
page 8

READ & WIN
Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectrometry

Principies and Practices of DART-MS
Y. Dong
page 9

NEWS
page 9

CHEAT SHEET
Laboratory Burners

page 11

COVER STORY
Military Applications of Raman Spectroscopy

An Interview with Keith Carron
page 12

CHROMATOGRAPHY & MASS SPECTROMETRY
Miniaturized HPLC Systems

Science or Fiction?
T. Teutenberg et al.
page 14

Polymer Analysis and Microplastics in the Environment
TED-GC-MS, a New and Fast Method
E. Duemichen et al.
page 18

FOOD ANALYSIS & TECHNOLOGY
Stable Isotope Fingerprinting of Amino Acids
A Novel Approach for Tracing Wild and Farmed Salmon
Y. V. Wang and T. Larsen
page 20

CHROMATOGRAPHY & SEPARATION
DIY Low-Budget Smartphone Photometer

From LED Photosensor via Smartphone to a Photometer
O. Elsholz et al.
page 23

MICROSCOPY & IMAGING
Chip-Based Nanoscopy in HD Quality

Waveguide Chips Enable Super-Resolution Microscopy on Conventional Microscopes
R. Diekmann and M. Schüttpelz
page 26

NANO- & MICROSYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
Improving Superconducting Qubits

Understanding Decoherence
G. Catelani
page 28

MATERIALS SCIENCE
Non-Contact Measuring of Tiniest Currents

Superconducting Cryogenic Current Comparators
F. Schmidl and V. Tympel
page 31

SPECTROSCOPY
Fighting the Doppler Broadening

Using Nanotraps in Raman Gas
A. Husakou and F. Benabid
page 34

MARKETPLACE
I Think I Have Seen the Future

How Clever Concepts May Shape Tomorrow´s Work at the Bench
M. Graf-Utzmann
page 36

Is Variable Production "Science Fiction"?
From Manufacture to "Replicator"
A. Kusserow
page 37

How to Find the Perfect HPLC System
page 39

PRODUCTS
page 40

INDEX / IMPRINT
Inside Back Cover

CONGRATULATION!
The winner of Read&Win issue 1/18 is H. Kempe from Sweden.
The next prize draw is on page 9

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