Latest Advances in HPLC and UHPLC: The Last Word

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  • Date: Jun 10, 2009 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: HPLC
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Latest Advances in HPLC & UHPLC: The Last Word

EW Agilent Infinity 1290 LC - The UHPLC Debate is Over

Are you asked to save solvents, go for more sensitivity or higher resolution?

Have you debated over the following questions?

Column ID: 4.6, 3 or 2.1 mm?
Particle: Totally or partially porous?
Flow rate: High or low?
Temperature: High or low?
Pressure: 600 bar or 1000 bar?
Mobile Phase: Methanol or Acetonitrile?
Method transferability: One LC for everything?

Join our panelist discussion of the latest LC technologies and what this means to you as a chromatographer or mass spectrometrist.

Your answer is finally here.

This was a three-part series...

Introduction to the New Agilent 1290 Infinity LC

Dr. Christian Gotenfels will outline the exciting features of the new 1290 Infinity LC from Agilent.
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The Impact of Innovation in Liquid Chromatography
on Our Daily Work

Dr. Pat Sandra will review the impact of these innovations in recent years and what it means to labs today and in to the future.
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Rapid and Accurate Analysis of Pharmaceuticals in Water Following EPA Method 1694: Applications of UHPLC-MS/MS

Dr. Michael Thurman will discuss implementation of the new Agilent 1290 Infinity LC as it pertains to LC/MS, with the example of rapid and accurate analysis of pharmaceuticals in water following EPA Method 1694.
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Your Speakers:

Christian Gotenfels
Dr. Christian Gotenfels
Product Manager for
Agilent Technologies,
Waldbronn, Germany

Dr. Pat Sandra
Dr. Pat Sandra
Professor at the Ghent
University, Belgium & Director
of the Research Institute for
Chromatography, Belgium

Dr. Michael Thurman
Dr. Michael Thurman
Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering,
Center of Environmental
Mass Spectrometry
University of Colorado,
Boulder, Colorado, USA

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