Utilizing Sub-Two Micron Particles to Optimize HPLC Methods

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  • Date: Mar 24, 2007 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
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  • Categories: HPLC

SeparationsNOW.com Webinar Series on Optimizing HPLC Methods

Utilizing Sub-Two Micron Particles to Optimize HPLC Methods
A Four Part Workshop on Managing Chemistry and Pressure for Faster and More Efficient HPLC Separations
Presented by John Palmer, LC Column Application Engineer, Agilent Technologies
 

This complimentary four part series is an excellent resource for any LC scientist but don't be fooled by the complimentary price. The on-demand event is a must for all who want LC separations better, faster and easier.


After completing this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Quickly develop HPLC methods using isocratic or gradient conditions with a thorough look at pH, bonded phase, mobile phase, temperature and particle size effects on resolution and speed.
  • Better manage assets through dramatically reduced run time and much lower mobile phase consumption.
  • Properly understand the role of pressure that arises with new column technology.
This technical resource will give you the tools to increase efficiency and speed in your lab workflow by 3-20 times compared to conventional 5 micron and 3 micron particle technology.

Each of these on-demand technical sessions are only 45 minutes in length to accommodate your busy work schedule.



Take sessions at your pace however, these sessions are designed to be completed in order.


Part 1 - Separation Fundamentals with Sub 1.8 micron particles.

Managing Pressure and Chemistry - 34 min

Part II - More Speed and resolution for current methods.
The How-To-Guide for easier method transfer in the current lab environment - 43 min

Part III - Better Methods, Faster; Not just Faster Methods.
An easy to follow process for quick, successful method development -49 min

Part IV - Instrument Requirements for Extreme Resolution and Extreme Speed.
Assess whether existing instrumentation will support your LC goals and what path to
follow to upgrade HPLC methods in your lab environment -41 min

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