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Shimadzu Benelux LCMS(MS) Method Development

 

Session 1:

This webinar is designed for people who are new to LC-MS/MS to give them a grounding in the differences from LC before moving onto more in-depth discussions about method development.

 
 
 

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Session 2:

This second session will cover the objectives and strategies to use for successful LC-MS(MS) method development.
For beginners, we suggest you watch Session 1 before attending this session.

 
 
 

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Shimadzu Benelux LC Theory & Key Principles

Session 1: Introduction to Liquid Chromatography

This session will cover:

- What is chromatography and liquid chromatography?
 
- What does an LC column do?
 
- What types of samples can be analysed?
 
- What makes up a Liquid Chromatography instrument?
 
 

Session 1: Introduction to Liquid Chromatography

 

Session 2: Types of LC and Separation Techniques

 

This session will cover:

- Most common types of liquid chromatography

-Effects on compound separation
 

Session 2: Types of LC and Separation Techniques

 

Session 3: The Separation Process, How it is Measured and Improved

This session will cover:

- The process of separation

- How we use peak efficiency, retention, selectivity and resolution to measure the quality of a separation

- What can we do to improve the quality of the separation
 
 
 

Session 3: The Separation Process, How it is Measured and Improved

 

Session 4: Resolution Equation - Applying the Theory in Practice

 

This session will cover:

- Practically improve factors from the resolution equation
 
- Optimise your LC system to improve efficiency
 
- Get the most out of advances in silica particles including superficially porous particles
 
 

 

Session 5: Overview

 

This session will cover:

-  Recap what we have learned in previous sessions
 
-  Ready ourselves for moving onto intermediate liquid chromatography
 

LC Overview

 

Shimadzu Benelux LC Purification Series

Session 1: Fundamentals of LC Purification

The first session will cover: 

- What is LC purification and how do you get the most out of the technique?

- How much sample can you expect to purify?

- Up-scaling basics

- Recycling and concentration

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Session 1: Fundamentals of LC Purification

 

Session 2: Semi-Micro to Analytical Scale LC Purification

This second session will cover:

- Differences between Semi-micro and Analytical Scale Prep

- Principles of the techniques

- Things to consider in semi-micro and analytical scale purification

- Instrumentation and software advantages

Session 2: Semi-Micro to Analytical Scale LC Purification

 

Session 3: Semi-Preparative and other LC Purification Techniques

 

This session will cover:

- Principles, common issues and tips and tricks of Semi-Preparative Chromatography

- UFPLC - Ultra Fast Preparative and Purification LC

- Semi-preparative SFC scale purification

Session 3: Semi-Preparative and other LC Purification Techniques

For the past months, we have collected webinars to continue our engagement with you all during these difficult times

 

Plastic Films, Fabrics, Nano Particles, and Butterfly Wings: Novel, “Outside the Box”, Uses For UV/Vis/NIR Integrating Spheres 

Understand the rationale behind the Q-TOF LC/MS that stably sustains sub-ppm mass accuracy 

Reliable Sulfur Speciation by A Newly Designed GC SCD 

Analyzing Aromatics in Jet and Diesel Fuels

The Importance of Ultra Fast Mass Spectrometry for the Analysis of Chemical Hazards in Food & Beverages 

 
Emerging Water Quality Issues: Are You Ready to Monitor PFAS in your Water?
 
Measuring Diverse Samples With UV-Vis-NIR Spectrophotometer: An Example Workflow and Evaluation Methodology for Integrating Spheres
 
LC-MS(MS) Method Development: HPLC vs LC-MS(MS) Method Development
 
Development and Application of alternative Ion-Pairing LC-MS/MS method in bioanalysis
 
How to Increase Speed and Efficiency of Heavy Metals Testing in Cannabis
 

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