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The CHROMacademy Partner's Webcast:
A More Cost-Effective Carrier Gas for Volatile Organic Compound Analysis
 

Tuesday 12th May 2015,
8:00am PDT / 11:00am EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST

The price of helium continues to rise and its availability is inconsistent. As a result, many laboratories are searching for more cost-effective carrier gas options. Innovative gas chromatography systems are capable of significantly reducing helium usage. This informative webcast will discuss a purge-and-trap system capable of using two different gases for operation. While helium is used as the carrier gas, maintaining existing performance, a less expensive gas, such as nitrogen, is used for the injector split and purge-and-trap purge phases. The presentation will include data from studies using the most common U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) volatile organic compound (VOC) methodologies.

Presented by Daniela Cavagnino
(Marketing Development Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific).

  • Why is helium conservation important?
  • General instrument overview
  • Alternative gases
  • Comparative data on VOC analysis
  • Calibration and method detection limits

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how innovative systems can conserve helium
  • Understand the benefits of helium conservation to your analyses
  • Discover comparable data output with drastically reduced helium usage
  • Gain knowledge on the capabilities of innovative GC systems

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone interested in conserving helium in gas chromatography-based analyses
  • Anyone who uses U.S. EPA VOC analysis methodologies
 
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Presenter Information:

Daniela Cavagnino began her career in chromatography in 1996 at DANI Instruments as gas chromatography (GC) application specialist, mainly involved in headspace sampling techniques and VOC analysis. After joining Thermo Fisher Scientific in 1999, she spent six years in R&D, first as a GC product specialist and then as a project manager. From 2005 to 2011 she was involved in the development and promotion of multidimensional GC systems and configured systems for petrochemical applications.  After returning to DANI for 3 years as Business Manager for the GC-TO-FMS and GCxGC-TOF-MS technologies, she rejoined Thermo Fisher Scientific in 2014 as European Market Development Manager for GC/GC-MS. Cavagnino received a Master Degree in Chemistry from the University of Milan. During her career, she has participated as author and co-author on numerous publications and actively participated as speaker at many international conferences.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how innovative systems can conserve helium
  • Understand the benefits of helium conservation to your analyses
  • Discover comparable data output with drastically reduced helium usage
  • Gain knowledge on the capabilities of innovative GC systems

Daniela Cavagnino
Developing Market Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific