This one day course provides a step-by step approach to method development for GC
Supplemented by a host of real world separation examples, tutorial and exercises to aid understanding, this course includes all the essential aspects of GC method development. More experienced chromatographers can use this course to cut method development lead times drastically, armed with a logical approach and a wealth of new knowledge on how to make the right decision during each aspect of development.
Column dimensions, phase type, inlet type and operating conditions, detector settings and optimisation along with sample preparation regimes are all crucial and often baffling choices available to the chromatographer developing methods for GC analysis.
This course takes a logical and progressive approach to the subject and discusses the important ‘make or break’ choices. Tutorial exercises illustrate the effect of different inlet conditions, oven temperature programme, stationary phase types and detection settings on real samples.