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High Efficiency Source in GC/MS: Using Sensitivity to Enhance Productivity

Date: Oct 10, 2018 - 15:00

This webinar will talk about Agilent's 5977B HES, the differences and benefits compared to older models and how these attributes may be used to enhance laboratory capability.

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Strategies to avoid the hidden dangers of suboptimal sample preparation and simplify your workflow simultaneously

Date: Oct 16, 2018 - 15:00

There are several hidden dangers in sub-optimal sample preparation, such as wasted time, instrument maintenance/failure issues, and inaccurate data, that can arise and affect your overall success. These hidden dangers can be eliminated or greatly minimized by proper sample preparation workflow strategies. This improvement can be realized without having to retrain your scientist, making large capital expenditures, or having to rewrite your standard operating procedures (SOPs). The following Webinar will...

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Past Webinars

Supercritical Fluid Chromatography: Past, Present and Future

Date: Nov 16, 2011 - 15:00

In this webinar, the use of CO2 as a major as well as a minor mobile phase constituent is discussed in terms of chromatographic performance and a comparison is made with the recent developments in LC. Starting with a step by step presentation of the fundamental aspects and features of using super- and sub-critical fluids in chromatography, a series of examples is given to demonstrate its strong and weak points. Based on this, it can be derived when the technique is advantageous for specific...

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Microwave Plasma - Atomic Emission Spectroscopy, a Revolutionary New Technique and Plasma Source that Increases Performance While Eliminating Expensive Gas Requirements

Date: Nov 15, 2011 - 15:00

This webinar presents an overview of the MP-AES technique, hardware, software and its capabilities. Performance is demonstrated for a range of sample types including examples from the geochemical, petrochemical, agricultural and environmental areas.

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Use of FTIR spectroscopy in and out of the laboratory - questions answered...

Date: Sep 21, 2011 - 15:00

This webinar will focus on advancements and applications of field based Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). It will start by defining the needs of portable FTIR spectroscopy and explaining some of the technical accomplishments which have made these instruments possible. Optical and mechanical considerations will be covered along with factors concerning sample interface design and use with handheld instrumentation. The webinar will also provide examples of applications which are currently being...

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Why use signal-to-noise as a measure of MS performance when it is often meaningless?

Date: Jul 20, 2011 - 15:00

In the past, the signal-to-noise of a chromatographic peak determined from a single measurement has served as a convenient figure of merit used to compare the performance of two different MS systems. The evolution in the design of mass spectrometry instrumentation has resulted in very low noise systems that have made the comparison of performance based upon signal-to-noise increasingly difficult, and in some modes of operation impossible. This is especially true when using ultra-low noise modes such as...

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Intelligent System Emulation Technology (ISET) - How to overcome pitfalls in the transfer of methods

Date: Jul 12, 2011 - 15:00

Instrument-to-instrument method transferability is an important topic for all laboratories throughout all industries, where HPLC and UHPLC methods are transferred between different departments and locations with different LC instruments.

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New Molecular Spectroscopy Solutions to Improve Life Science Lab Capability and Productivity

Date: Jun 29, 2011 - 15:00

From spectroscopic measurements of fast kinetic processes to plug-and-play versatility to robust and dependable hardware, Agilent meets your molecular spectroscopy needs. In this interactive webinar, Agilent product specialists discuss the newly released Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrometer, featuring unrivaled Xe flashlamp technology and fiber optic capabilities, productivity enhancing sampling techniques, and life science applications such as measuring micro-volume and cold (4o) samples, which are usually...

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Date: May 11, 2011 - 15:00

The ease of use and rapid generation of results gives FTIR microscopy and chemical imaging a distinct advantage over other analytical techniques. Easy-to-use accessories, state-of-the-art instruments and software, and extensive IR libraries facilitate quick solutions to many analytical problems. This webinar presents the basics of FTIR microscopy theory, the use of FTIR microscopes and imaging systems, and the presenters discuss some routine applications in materials, polymer, biological and biomedical...

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High-Performance LC-Based "Well-Characterized Biologics"

Date: Mar 9, 2011 - 15:00

Different LC-based techniques are applied to characterise biotherapeutics, or to prove protein identity, in order to fulfill complex regulatory requirements. The presenters of this webinar discuss the limitations of LC techniques when characterizing New Biological Entities or 'NBEs'. They also describe why UHPLC on the 1260 bio-inert LC instrument, in combination with small particle columns technology, is an efficient approach to increase productivity and resolution: not only for small molecules, but also...

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QA/QC of Materials and Coatings on Surfaces by Handheld FTIR Analyzers

Date: Mar 3, 2011 - 15:00

Detailed QA/QC analysis and characterization of materials, coatings and surfaces is increasingly important due to a combination of advances in material science, and the increased number of global suppliers. A new generation of handheld FTIR analyzers is now available for assuring the quality and performance of these materials. This webinar covers topics including: introduction to handheld FTIR Analyzers for QA/QC applications, examples of handheld FTIR analysis in several different applications,...

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