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How to Select the Optimum HPLC Column

Thursday, April 18, 2024 at 8am PST | 11am EST | 4pm BST | 5pm CET

Here are the top tips to get column selection right every time!

Selecting the correct HPLC column can greatly impact on chromatographic results and analysis speed. This webcast will allow you to understand how to select a stationary phase based on analyte chemistry, how particle morphology can be used to improve resolution, and how column dimensions can be altered to increase throughput. 


Topics include:

  • Support materials – what are the relative advantages and disadvantages of fully porous and core shell materials?
  • HPLC stationary phase classifications – what does it mean and how do they differ?
  • The effect of stationary phase chemistry on retention and selectivity
  • The effect of HPLC column dimensions on chromatographic parameters
  • How to choose the optimum HPLC column for your application


Prof. Dwight Stoll (Professor of Chemistry, Gustavus Adolphus College)

Tony Taylor (Chief Scientific Officer, Element Life Sciences EMEAA, Element Materials Technology)

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