Calibration and Quantitation Training Course
1 Day CourseThis one day course covers the most common methods used in calculation, calibration and quantitation of data obtained from instrumental analysis.
The material is extensively workshop driven, building your understanding of the different methods and when they would be applied. You will gain confidence in working with all types of calculated data.
- We limit numbers to 10 per course so that each delegate gets the opportunity to ask questions and fully participate in tutorial exercises
- When delivered on-site we can design the course material to suit your specific training needs
- Customisable written assessments are available if required
Who is this course for
This course is relevant to anyone involved in the generation or review of data associated with instrumental analytical chemical techniques such as HPLC, GC, mass spec, molecular and atomic spectroscopy.
Good knowledge of chromatography and associated data.
- Preparative challenges
- Standard verification
- Salt correction factor
Basic Proportional Calculations
- Beer's Law
- Two point linear regression
- Multipoint standard calibration
Linear Calibration Lines
- Correlation co-efficient
- Confidence Intervals
- Residual sum of squares
- Use of the origin
- Percent area normalisation
- Relative response factor
Verification of calibration performance
- QCs and check standards
- Ordinary least squares regression
- Inverse weighting
- When do we use modified weighting?
- Placebo and blanks
- Signal to noise
- Calibration verification
- In sequence checks
- Chromatographic peak shape and resolution
Standard Addition Method