Our comprehensive range of Liquid Chromatography webinars are designed to keep you in the know and up to speed with the latest techniques and method developments. Whether you're searching for a more streamlined HPLC separation method, looking to improve lab productivity by eliminating common challenges in your chromatography analyses, or struggling to choose the right preparative separation solution while contributing to a sustainable environment, this collection of talks covers a range of LC topics.
This webinar covers insights, fundamentals and LC criteria for choosing the right preparative separation solution, and ways of contributing to a sustainable environment by ‘Going Green’ in your separations workflow.
Hear Matthew Przybyciel, R&D Leader at PerkinElmer, discuss the development and application examples of various stationary LC phases including AQ, fluorinated, and aromatic compounds.
Learn the fundamentals in HPLC troubleshooting to overcome common challenges, gain the necessary tools to identify and correct common HPLC problems and improve lab productivity.
This webinar covers the importance of various sizes, phases and column types in order to improve HPLC separations, making future method developments easier and more intuitive.
Learn more about the current trends and developments of analytical software interface design, and the design attributes that lend to a more effective and productive workflow.
Discover the potential of a simplified PDA spectral data integration into your HPLC workflow that can further improve your laboratory efficiency and productivity and deliver higher confidence in results. Learn more about our intuitive Chromatography Data System (CDS) with incorporated UV/Vis spectral processing capabilities.
When it comes to the HPLC analysis of polar water-soluble compounds by reversed-phase chromatography, -things can get complicated and method simplification and reproducibility becomes even more important.
Our article series and case study covers how to effectively transition a method maintaining data quality and consistency, what are the benefits and see example calculations that demonstrate efficiency gains utilizing UHPLC, so you can determine if converting is the right choice.