An Introduction to LC Method Translations

8 November 2016 15:15-17:00, London, United Kingdom

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
Available as in-house or off-site courses. 
UCL School of Pharmacy

Wilkins Room, UCL School of Pharmacy, 29-39 Brunswick Square, London, WC1N 1AX, United Kingdom

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Hichrom is one of the world’s leading HPLC column manufacturers and has been firmly established in the field of Liquid Chromatography for over 30 years, developing, manufacturing and supplying the highest quality LC columns throughout the world.  During this time Hichrom has built up a strong reputation amongst chromatographers for our technical expertise. Our speakers are experienced chromatographers who will be happy to discuss your questions on a wide variety of HPLC/UHPLC topics including: troubleshooting, method development, reproducibility, batch reservation, custom packing/bonding, application support, method transfer & column selection.
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