The final component within the liquid chromatographic instrument is the detector. There are several common detectors which are commonly used within modern laboratories including UV-visible, refractive index, fluorescence, and evaporative light scattering detectors. We will look at the working principles, application, and advantages and disadvantages of each detector.
Some basic column and system care and maintenance will be covered in order to allow you to utilize your instrument to its full potential and keep it in good working order.
Finally, we will discuss quantitative and qualitative HPLC and the information which can be gained from the chromatographic data produced from an HPLC experiment
Dawn comes from an academic and commercial background. Her PhD and Postdoctoral research focus was in Inorganic chemistry. She has extensive experience in wet chemistry techniques and the use of a wide array of analytical techniques for reaction characterisation and monitoring; HPLC, LC-MS, IR, NMR, and GC. Her commercial experience was gained through the sales and support of automated instrumentation; HPLC, SPE, and LC-MS. Dawn’s experience has been gained with the following companies: Strathclyde University, Princeton University, and Gilson.
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FAQs will be added as students progress through the course.
Fundamentals of HPLC Video Course - Final Assessment