Development & Applications of Aqueous, Fluorinated, and Aromatic LC Stationary Phases

Webcasts

Monday, July 26, 2021 at 8am EDT | 12pm BST | 1pm CEST Monday, July 26, 2021 at 11am EDT | 8am EDT | 4pm BST | 5pm CEST Please join us and Matthew Przybyciel as we home in on the development and applications of fluorinated and aromatic (biphenyl & naphthyl) stationary phases along with fundamental insights into behavior of stationary phases in highly aqueous environments. Dive into the details on July 26th, 2021.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/fluorinated

Event Overview:

Every decision you make in the lab affects your scientific outcomes – and that holds true for LC stationary phase choices. In this webinar, you’ll learn fundamental insights into behavior of stationary phases with highly aqueous mobile phases, the development and applications for a stationary phase engineered for highly aqueous mobile phases, and development and applications of fluorinated and aromatic (biphenyl & naphthyl) stationary phases.

Key learnings will include the following:

  • What phase collapse is and how it occurs
  • Simplified and robust methods for aqueous and polar separations, with no phase collapse
  • Novel fluorinated and aromatic phases to provide alternative selectivity, particularly for halogenated and aromatic compounds

Tune in on July 26th, 2021 to optimize your workflows in liquid chromatography.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What phase collapse is and how it occurs
  • Simplified and robust methods for aqueous and polar separations, with no phase collapse
  • Novel fluorinated and aromatic phases to provide alternative selectivity, particularly for halogenated and aromatic compounds

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. Upon graduation from the University of South Carolina he accepted a position at the Rohm & Haas Company. During his time at Rohm & Haas he developed GC based continuous air monitor systems for the ultra-low-level detection of hazardous airborne chemicals. In the late 1990’s ES Industries focused its 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 in product development at Perkin Elmer. He has published articles on the development and application of new stationary phases for GC, HPLC and SFC.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/fluorinated