Ultra-high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) is used to improve the economic performance of laboratories in two ways; either improved throughput and decreased cost-per-sample through very fast separations – or increased accuracy and precision of analysis results, with the associated reduction in re-work required, through very high resolution separations.The key requirement for successful UHPLC is very high chromatographic efficiency, and as a result selection of the correct column is critical to get the best value from your UHPLC analyses – if columns cannot maintain high efficiency under UHPLC conditions, they will fail to deliver the value identified above.
This webinar will discuss how the latest innovations in sub-2 µm superficially porous UHPLC columns provide a unique combination of superior peak shape, manageable pressure and long lifetime – and let you get the best value from your UHPLC analyses.
Who should attend
- Laboratory managers
- Analysts, researchers
- Working for laboratories using and planning to use UHPLC
- Interested in improving the speed and/or resolution of separations
- Interested in improving the economic performance of the laboratory
What you will learn
- Primary reasons for UHPLC use and how these drive value
- Requirements for successful UHPLC
- Issues getting the best value from your UHPLC
- The latest innovation in sub-2 µm superficially porous UHPLC columns
- The economic value of robust UHPLC columns
Subject of webinar: Are you getting the best value from your UHPLC analyses?
Date and time: Tuesday – 10.1.2017 at 9.30 a.m.
Lecturer: Stephen Luke, LC columns product manager, Agilent Technologies
Biography: Steve became LC Columns Product Manager for Agilent Technologies in January 2014. His long experience with liquid chromatography began during the mid-1980s in the analytical development laboratory of a large pharmaceutical company and has held roles in multiple different functions, including technical support, R&D, and marketing, for leading organizations in the separations science industry.