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The CHROMacademy Essential Guide Webcast
Everything You Should Know About Headspace GC


Thursday 18th September 2014,
8:00am PDT / 11:00am EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST

If you work with volatile or trace analytes, are involved in the development of GC methods for samples in low volatility sample matrices, work with dirty sample matrices which could cause contamination of your GC system, or simply want to expand your knowledge of GC sampling techniques then this is the webcast for you.  Let the CHROMacademy team teach you how to use and optimize headspace GC to improve your analyte sampling. 

  • Why use headspace GC?
  • What types of samples are suitable for headspace GC?
  • How does headspace sampling work?
  • Strategies for altering analyte solubility and the effect on analytical response
  • The anatomy of headspace instrumentation
  • Setting and optimizing essential headspace GC parameters
  • Calibration of headspace GC for accurate quantitation

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the fundamental parameters of headspace GC
  • Learn how to optimize headspace GC parameters to improve sensitivity and robustness
  • Understand the theory of headspace GC
  • Understand the instrumentation used for headspace GC sampling
  • Gain practical tips and tricks that have never failed the CHROMacademy team

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone working with GC
  • Anyone developing GC methods
  • Anyone carrying out GC analysis of volatile components
  • Anyone with low volatility or dirty sample matrices
 
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ThermoEverything You Should Know About Headspace GC Tutorial

Headspace sampling is excellent for the qualitative or quantitative analysis of volatile species in samples that can be efficiently partitioned into the headspace gas volume from either a liquid or solid matrix. It is also a good technique for the analysis of samples where the entire sample should not be injected into the GC instrument (i.e. dirty samples).

Headspace sampling is also particularly amenable to the analysis of trace levels of analytes. Watch the webcast and delve into our CHROMacademy material to further your knowledge of headspace sampling.  

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Headspace Sampling Quick Guide

A quick guide to the basics of headspace GC. A must read for anyone starting out using this technique.

The Why, What, and How of Headspace GC

 
Headspace Sampling eLearning
A comprehensive guide to allow you to set up, use, and optimize headspace sampling. The theory of headspace sampling is detailed using CHROMacademy’s interactive animations to aid understanding. Take a look inside each stage (pressurization, loop fill/vent, injection) of a headspace injection, while we discuss which parameters must be optimized for successful headspace sampling. Finally, in order to achieve reliable results headspace extractions must be correctly calibrated, this can be problematic, however, there are details contained within this module which describe different calibration procedures to suit all samples.

Headspace Sampling | Headspace Autosamplers | Headspace Calibration and Quantitation

 
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  • Why use headspace GC?
  • What types of samples are suitable for headspace GC?
  • How does headspace sampling work?
  • Strategies for altering analyte solubility and the effect on analytical response
  • The anatomy of headspace instrumentation
  • Setting and optimizing essential headspace GC parameters
  • Calibration of headspace GC for accurate quantitation

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone working with GC
  • Anyone developing GC methods
  • Anyone carrying out GC analysis of volatile components
  • Anyone with low volatility or dirty sample matrices

John V Hinshaw
Senior Scientist
BPL Global Ltd

Tony Taylor
Technical Director
Crawford Scientific