Preparative HPLC and Greener Preparative Solutions



Wednesday, December 15th, 2021 at 8AM EST and 11AM EST “Go Green” in your preparative separations. Learn from Matthew Przybyciel as we go through the principles of preparative LC and LC columns, successful scale-up from analytical to prep, and sustainable solutions. Register and tune in with us on December 15th, 2021.

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Event Overview:

Are you working on preparative chromatography solutions or transitioning into this field? Searching for greener options? Looking to build a foundation of understanding? In this webinar an expert in this field will be available to present and discuss:

  • Principles of preparative chromatography and instrument requirements
  • How to achieve desired goals for material isolation
  • How to scale from analytical to preparative chromatography
  • Considerations for green preparative chromatography

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Refreshment in fundamentals of preparative LC chromatography
  • Criteria for choosing the right preparative separation solution
  • Ways of contributing to a sustainable environment – 'Going Green' in your preparative separations

Who Should Attend:

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


Matthew Przybyciel
R&D Leader
PerkinElmer Inc.

Matthew Przybyciel earned a 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 he joined Rohm & Haas Company to develop Gas Chromatography based continuous air monitor systems before becoming Vice President and Technical Director for chromatography products at ES Industries. Here he successfully developed and commercialized a number chromatographic stationary phases and columns for high performance chromatographic separations for HPLC and SFC (Supercritical Fluid Chromatography). Since ES Industries became part of PerkinElmer, Matt has specialized in product development and has published articles on the development and application of new stationary phases for GC, HPLC and SFC.

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