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The CHROMacademy Essential Guide Webcast:
Translating GC Methods from Helium to Hydrogen

Thursday 13th December 2018,
8:00am PST/ 11:00am EST/ 4:00pm GMT/ 5:00pm CET


 
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This webcast will provide practical information on how to change methods quickly and simply to hydrogen carrier gas.  The chromatographic benefits of adopting modern column geometries in conjunction with hydrogen carrier gas will be discussed.  We will also highlight a very practical approach to method translation based on experience, and we will feature many tools and calculations which can be used to ease the translation experience and maximize the benefits!  We will discuss regulatory challenges, such as, the need for method re-validation and approaches to verifying translated methods.

Presented by
Dr. Dawn Watson (CHROMacademy Technical Expert, Crawford Scientific)

Topics Covered

  • Key reasons and benefits of translating GC methods to hydrogen carrier
  • Direct translation or to improve speed and efficiency?
  • Tools and calculations to help with translation
  • What needs to be done – a practical checklist
  • Case study examples – avoiding pitfalls and maximizing benefits
  • Is method re-validation required?

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Translating GC Methods from Helium to Hydrogen

Tutorial available late December

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Dr. Dawn Watson CHROMacademy Technical Expert
Crawford Scientific


Dawn completed her PhD in synthetic inorganic chemistry at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, followed by postdoctoral research on small molecule reaction kinetics at Princeton University.

Following several years working for a major instrument manufacturer, she became a technical expert for CHROMacademy in 2013.

She has expertise in various analytical techniques, including HPLC, GC, GC–MS, LC–MS, NMR, and molecular spectroscopy.  As well as numerous wet chemistry and sample preparation techniques.