Develop Better GC Methods With LC/GC and Restek’s Jaap de Zeeuw — Free Live Webcast

Jaap de Zeeuw

Jaap de Zeeuw

Join speakers Jaap de Zeeuw (International GC Specialist, Restek) and Tony Taylor (Technical Director, Crawford Scientific) for a live webcast designed to give you a blueprint for developing better GC methods. This installment of LC/GC’s CHROMacademy will be moderated by Alasdair Matheson (Editor-in-Chief, LC/GC Europe) and is sure to be both valuable and entertaining. Interested in more information? Contact Jaap at jaap.dezeeuw@restek.com

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The CHROMacademy Essential Guide Webcast

Developing Better GC Methods—A Blueprint

 

LIVE WEBCAST:

Thursday, December 19, 2013 at

8:00 a.m. PDT / 11:00 a.m. EDT/ 16:00 BST/ 17:00 CEDT

Register for free at http://www.chromacademy.com/Developing-Better-GC-Methods-a-Blueprint.html

 

  What does the perfect GC method look like?

  Whilst a perfect method doesn’t exist – important instrument settings and chemistry choices must be considered in order to approach perfection.

  This webcast highlights all of the decisions required to build a rugged and sensitive GC method.

  All sample, sample inlet, column, temperature programming and detector settings are considered in this highly informative and practically relevant webcast.

 

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  Identify key parameters which affect sensitivity and robustness in GC methods.

  Examine key sample and inlet conditions which affect peak shape and quantitative accuracy.

  Highlight key choices with stationary phase selection and column geometry.

  How to build robust and effective temperature programs.

  Optimizing detector response for a range of common GC detectors.

  Building in quantitative robustness to GC methods.

  Highlight the key variable for consideration when developing or optimizing GC methods and using these to build a GC method blueprint.

  Highlight the minor as well as the major instrument variables which affect GC method quality.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  Anyone working with gas chromatography who would like to better understand the methods they use.

  Anyone wishing to improve GC method robustness and sensitivity.

  Anyone involved in developing or transferring GC methods.

Ghost Peaks in Gas Chromatography Part 5: Impact of Injection and Oven Parameters During Injection

Author(s): Jaap de Zeeuw
Restek Corporation

Published By: Separation Science

Issue: vol. 5, issue 12

Year of Publication: 2013

Link: http://www.sepscience.com/Information/Archive/All-Articles/2581-/Ghost-Peaks-in-Gas-Chromatography-Part-5-Impact-of-Injection-and-Oven-Parameters–During-Injection

For the full print issue, visit http://www.sepscience.com/docs/Bespoke/Editions/SepSci/Sepsci1213eu.pdf

Abstract: In gas chromatography, 80% of the trouble is caused by the injection system. Also here we have seen that by degradation of sample components, O-rings, back flash and septa, extra peaks can be generated. Besides this, the conditions used for injecting the sample can also produce serious extra peaks.