MTS offers range of resources to assist you in the application of analytical chemistry, primarily relating to the analysis of pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals.


Books from MTS


MTS offers books on topics relating to the chemical analysis of pharmaceuticals. The books are written by Oona McPolin, the MTS trainer and consultant. They provide practical and current information. The topics available are introductory HPLC and method validation, both applied to pharmaceutical analysis. To assist in making learning opportunities more accessible during this global lockdown period, we are offering a 50% reduction on both our books and also our training courses to the end of August 2020.


If you would like to buy a book then simply click on the 'Buy Now' button below the book cover for the book you wish to purchase.

Shipping information:

Postage and packing is FREE to UK and Ireland addresses and is normally very reasonably priced for other locations at only £3.50 GBP for Europe and £5.50 GBP for the rest of the world. However as part of our special offer, all shipping is FREE. The shipping time depends on your location and is typically less than 14 days from the date of the order but due to the current coronavirus situation,  it could be significantly longer, or unfortunately in some cases there may be no way of shipping to your location.

Contact us if you would like a quotation for multiple copies of either or both books, or if you have any questions.

Click on the book covers below for a preview.

Free HPLC Calculator

The MTS HPLC calculator is in the form of an Excel spreadsheet comprised of 7 worksheets which correspond to useful HPLC related calculations. The calculator was developed to support our HPLC training courses, 'How to Run HPLC Methods', 'How to Troubleshoot HPLC' and 'How to Develop HPLC Methods - Part 1 & 2'. It has been downloaded hundreds of times by users all over the world. If you have any requests or feedback then please let us know.


The videos below are designed to provide helpful information on analytical chemistry topics. They are also available on the MTS YouTube channel. Please feel free to use them in your training programmes.

Free Aide Mémoire for Method Transfer


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