A Practical Guide to HPLC Columns for Building Robust Methods

Webcasts

Monday, November 8, 2021 at 8am EST | 1pm GMT | 2pm CET Please join Matthew Przybyciel as we go through the importance of various sizes, phases, and column types to improve your HPLC separations which will make future method developments easier and more intuitive. Register and tune in with us on November 8th, 2021.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc/robust

Event Overview:

Are you having trouble with your HPLC separations? Not sure which column to choose and why? PerkinElmer is here to help. In this webcast, you’ll learn the fundamentals in choosing the right LC column for your analysis and how to build robust methods surrounding your column selection. The goal is to give you the necessary tools to identify and correctly select the HPLC column that best fits your application which will aid in future method developments.

Key Learning Objectives:

Key learnings will showcase the importance of the following:

  • Column type and phase selection
  • Particle size
  • Column I.D. and length
  • Particle pore size

Who Should Attend:

  • Lab managers, pharma QA/QC employees & management, chromatography chemists, lab scientists, university professors, preparative chromatography specialists.

Speakers

Matthew Przybyciel
R&D Leader
PerkinElmer

Matthew Przybyciel earned PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of South Carolina. The focus of his research was the development of new stationary phases for capillary gas chromatography. He joined ES Industries to focus their efforts exclusively on chromatography column products for HPLC and SFC. Matt has become Vice President and Technical Director for chromatography products at ES Industries. He has successfully developed and commercialized a number chromatographic stationary phases and columns for high performance chromatographic separations for HPLC and SFC. Recently, ES Industries has become part of Perkin Elmer Health Services and Matthew is now a Research and Development Leader at Perkin Elmer. He has published articles on the development and application of new stationary phases for GC, HPLC and SFC. He has a strong interest in providing practical solutions for difficult separation challenges through innovate stationary phase development.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc/robust