of ELSD-LT III; this algorithm manages in real time the gain and reconstructs
the chromatogram in a standard scale, keeping a realistic view
of the chromatogram. With the high-speed method developed for the
standard saccharides, it is also possible to analyze these 5 saccharides
in soft drinks as demonstrated.
A method for a high-speed analysis of monosaccharides and disaccharides
was developed, showing fast and good separation performance
for the analytes. Determination of monosaccharides and disaccharides
in soft drinks was also carried out successfully. The 5 saccharides in
the soft drinks could be determined simultaneously without sensitivity
adjustment using the new “wide function” of ELSD-LT III.
K. Matsuoka, N. Iwata, Application News No. L572, First Edition Sep. 2020
Dr. Brigitte Bollig
Brigitte Bollig graduated with a diploma
in chemistry from the Heinrich-Heine-
University in Düsseldorf, Germany in
2007 and was awarded her doctorate
for research in (metal-) organic chemistry
and stereoselective synthesis in 2010.
One year later, she started working as a
HPLC product specialist with Shimadzu
Deutschland, and since 2013 has been
employed in the analytical business unit of
Shimadzu Europa in Duisburg, Germany.