These courses have been designed for novice HPLC users and those who have some experience of running HPLC methods. Although the main focus will be on the fundamental theory of HPLC we will discuss slightly more advanced topics in order to allow you to progress easily to the next, more advanced stage in your HPLC training.
These courses consider the wide array of choices available to method developers and teach a refined and logical approach to method development. The fundamental theory of various chromatographic modes is considered to aid understanding of the cause/effect relationships which is required to properly develop and optimize methods in the chosen mode.
These courses have been designed for those who are experienced in GC and who are now looking to develop their experience and understanding of method development. During the course, we will assume that you are familiar with the basic theories of gas phase chromatographic separations, but we’ll also revisit some theory to underpin the teaching.
These courses are designed to highlight the powerful possibilities of GC analysis with spectral detection. Tuning and tune reports will be explained and instruction given in the use of tune reports as a powerful diagnostic tool.