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In this learning series you'll be provided with video tutorials discussing the best practice and troubleshooting solutions for gel permeation chromatography / size exclusion chromatography. The available tutorials are listed below and to view these free of charge simply register using the form opposite. New tutorials will be added throughout the year, and if you register your details you will be provided with information on new ones as soon as they are available:
The tutorials currently available are:
Tutorial #1: What Should You Know Before Injecting Your First Sample
In this tutorial you are introduced to typical components in GPC/SEC and will discover what you need to know about your GPC/SEC system. You will also learn what plate count means and you how can you determine it.
Tutorial #2: Pressure Problems
In this tutorial you'll discover what strategies can be implemented to overcome pressure problems in your liquid chromatography system
Tutorial #3: Unexpected Peak Shapes
Do you find weird peak shapes in your chromatograms? Not sure if they are real or artifacts? In this tutorial we'll discuss peak shapes and learn how to verify if a GPC / SEC chromatogram is realistic or not.
Tutorial #4: Choosing the Column
I have completely new samples and need to identify the best columns to analyze them - what are the correct column selection criteria for my analyses?
Tutorial #5: Sample Preparation in GPC/SEC
In this tutorial you'll learn how to avoid the typical mistakes made when preparing solutions of sample and calibration standards?
Tutorial #6: Calibration in GPC/SEC
This presentation will help you to understand the requirements and procedures for calibrations using reference materials with narrow molar mass distributions, and to get some inspiration on various calibration options.
Tutorial #7: How to Achieve Reproducible Data
This tutorial will help you understand the influence of evaluation parameters on results and provide advice on how to improve your own operations.
These tutorials are brought to you in collaboration with PSS,
and presented by Dr Daniela Held.
Complete the form opposite for access.