The workshop is dedicated to both, Scientists, working with GC and with LC.
Part 1: Optimize your Existing and New GC Separation challenges to get Shortest run time and/or Maximal Resolution using Unique On-Line services Part 2: LC Method Development & Optimization: Developing Separations Utilizing Superficial Porous Particles and Selectivity
In part 1 Jaap de Zeeuw will present the power of EZ-GC "method translation" and “chromatogram Modeler”. These services are 100% free and allow you to optimize separations and predict separations. Method translation will allow you to get exact the SAME chromatogram / peak elution order when the setup is changes. The following situations will be discussed.
- Optimize conditions of separation - When a faster analysis is required(change of flow, use of H2) - When there is change of column dimensions - Moving from a FID to a MS method (vacuum) - When they want to work with another carrier gas (N2 or H2) - A combination from the above
The EZ-GC chromatogram modeler allows you to create chromatograms ONLY with your components of interest.
In part 2, Dr. Hansjörg Majer will discuss the impact of phase chemistry and phase selectivity on LC measurements. Different types of Stationary phases will be discussed as well as the advantages and challenges of Superficially Porous Particles ("Core Shell").
- Separation Factors - Endcapping - Why should I have LC columns with different phases in my cupboard? - How to use SPP LC Columns - Method translation issues while switching from fully porous columns to SPP columns