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NAME :

(U)HPLC Method Development Strategies to Exploit Selectivity

FIELD :

Chromatographic Analyses

DESCRIPTION :

In this seminar, we review the importance of chromatographic selectivity from a theoretical and

practical perspective and how this relates to analyte resolution for method development. With

an understanding of selectivity and using a variety of chromatographic data, we discuss phase

design principles and how it is possible to introduce functionality that enhances selectivity, whilst

maximising other desirable phase attributes such as phase stability, reproducibility and mechanisms

of interaction. The resulting novel phases are explored for their improved chromatographic

performance, selectivity and value in method development for a range of analytes and separations.

Finally, method development approaches are discussed and pragmatic, simple method development

platforms are illustrated based upon rational phase and eluent choice.

       Chromatographic selectivity

       HPLC & UHPLC

       Stationary phase design

       Examples

       Alternative phases

       Conclusions

ORGANISATION :

Hichrom Limited

WEBSITE :

http://www.hichrom.com/Seminars/ShortCourseInfo.htm

LANGUAGE :

English

VENUE :

Birmingham, Bristol UK or at company

TYPE OF COURSES :

Short Course

Duration: 1 hour 45mins

Cost: £25

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NAME :

Absolute Basics of GC & GC-MS

FIELD :

Chromatographic Analyses

DESCRIPTION :

The course will cover the what, why, where, when and how of GC & GC-MS and is designed to

allow attendees to boost their knowledge and confidence in all aspects of these techniques. If you

have no or very little knowledge of gas chromatography, are an analyst, technician, engineer or

work in sales and would like to improve your knowledge in this area, then this is the course for you.

Those returning to work with GC will find this to be an excellent refresher course on the subject.

Absolute Basics of GC & GC-MS will have a strong focus on the practical, rather than the

theoretical side of these techniques and will cover questions such as:-

       What is a GC or GC-MS? How can these instruments help solve your analytical problems and what answers can they give?

       When would you use them and what types of analytes and samples can you use them for?

       How would you use them, how do they work and what is available?

Attendees will acquire a thorough understanding of the mechanisms and instrumentation associated with

GC and GC-MS, the way in which it may be used to solve analytical problems, and the methods for

obtaining relevant sample information

Course Outline

  • Instrumentation On-column injections
  • Sample types Split & splitless injections
  • Analytes Detection
  • Chromatograms Flame ionisation detector (FID)
  • Analytical columns Electron capture detector (ECD)
  • Stationary phases Mass selective detector (MSD)
  • Mobile phases (gases) Qualitative data analysis
  • Separation process Quantitative data analysis
  • GC oven Sampling techniques
  • Sample introduction Applications

ORGANISATION :

Hichrom Limited

WEBSITE :

http://www.hichrom.com/Seminars/CourseInfo.htm

LANGUAGE :

English

VENUE :

Reading, UK

TYPE OF COURSES :

Class

Duration: 1 day

Cost: £120

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NAME :

Absolute Basics of GC and GC-MS

FIELD :

Chromatographic Analyses

DESCRIPTION :

classroom-based course covering the basic theory of gas chromatography and its related techniques including GC-MS;   short practical demonstrated in the classroom to explain the principles of chromatography that are referred to during subsequent presentations and discussions; Q&A session at the end of the day making it the course to attend for understanding the basics of Gas Chromatography and GC-MS.

ORGANISATION :

Anthias Consulting Ltd

WEBSITE :

http://www.rsc.org/cpd/training/detail/1/absolute-basics-of-gc-and-gc-ms

LANGUAGE :

English

VENUE :

Various, United Kingdom

TYPE OF COURSES :

Class/lab

Duration: 1 day

Cost: £120.00 GBP (plus VAT)

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NAME :

Advanced HPLC Method Development : Best Practices for HPLC/UHPLC

FIELD :

Chromatographic Analyses

DESCRIPTION :

This course is the ‘gold standard’ in LC method development courses

and is for anyone who has some involvement in developing new methods, troubleshooting older

methods or transferring existing methods into a routine laboratory. Attendees should have at least

some LC experience in the laboratory.

What does it cover?

This two day course focuses on the fundamentals of chromatographic separation and applies them

in a time-proven strategy, using the principles of QbD to enable faster development of better, more

robust HPLC and UHPLC methods. This two day course includes a number of interactive workshops

and discussions that encourage a thorough understanding of the topics covered. Delegates will be

introduced to LC method development software and shown how it can be used to help them find

the optimum separation conditions. During the course, delegates will solve a series of real-world

LC method development problems using chromatographic computer modelling, demonstrating

how effectively this approach to method development works. The principles used in the computer

modelling examples are fully applicable and translatable to the real-world separations and

separation strategies in your laboratory.

What will I get from this course?

Based on the instructor’s extensive experience in the laboratory supporting pharmaceutical and

bioanalytical method development, those attending this course will gain the practical skills needed

to develop better HPLC and UHPLC methods in a shorter time. The important principles of

resolution will be explored in order to provide a solid platform from which delegates will be able

to implement a systematic, efficient approach to developing rugged, robust reversed-phase LC

methods. The techniques can be used as a stand-alone method development strategy or added

to existing procedures to help streamline method development processes. On this course you will

be shown how to achieve the best possible chromatography, save hours of frustration and improve

your results time after time.

 

Quality by Design?

The central tenet of Quality by Design (ICH Q8) is that quality cannot be tested into a product –

instead it must be designed into the product. When the product is an HPLC or UHPLC method,

QbD strategies can be used to guide the method development process resulting in a standardised

procedure, that provides better methods more quickly, that are more easily validated and are easier

to use and adjust in routine applications afterwards.

Course Outline – Day 1

Introduction to LC method development

HPLC/UHPLC basics

HPLC/UHPLC columns

Reversed-phase separations for neutral molecules

Reversed-phase separations for ionic samples

Equivalent and orthogonal columns

Course Outline – Day 2

Gradient elution

UHPLC Considerations

Quality by Design

Normal-phase and HILIC

Day 2 Bonus Options for the course:-

Chiral, Ion-exchange and prep

Quality issues

LC-MS & LC-MS/MS

Sample preparation

During the course the core sections will always be covered. Then, depending on the interests of

the particular group of attendees and the remaining time, one or more of the Bonus topics may be

included.

The main goal of this course is to provide valuable, practical help to attendees that can be applied

in real situations in real laboratories. Delegates are encouraged to bring questions, separation

problems and other topics of interest to discuss during the course as a group or one-to-one with

the instructor.

ORGANISATION :

Hichrom Limited

WEBSITE :

http://www.hichrom.com/Seminars/CourseInfo.htm

LANGUAGE :

English

VENUE :

Reading, UK

TYPE OF COURSES :

Class

Duration: 2 days

Cost: £650 (fee includes 1 day overnight accommodation and evening meal)

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NAME :

An Introduction to LC Method Translations

FIELD :

Chromatographic Analyses

DESCRIPTION :

This short course introduces the analyst to isocratic and gradient method translations, including

adjusting column dimensions (eg. scaling a method up or down); moving between different

instruments (eg. transferring a method between sites) and modifying particle platforms (eg.

between fully porous and solid-core silica particles). The course will introduce the theory and

illustrate each situation with a number of practical examples including data for successful

translation and common reasons for failed method translations. A ‘hints’ and tips’ section will

also be included.

       Translating methods theory

       Different particle platforms

       HPLC to UHPLC and vice versa

       Examples of success and failure

       Instrument to instrument

       Hints and tips section

ORGANISATION :

Hichrom Limited

WEBSITE :

http://www.hichrom.com/Seminars/ShortCourseInfo.htm

LANGUAGE :

English

VENUE :

Reading, York UK or at company

TYPE OF COURSES :

Short Course

Duration: 1 hour 45mins

Cost: £25

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