Solid-State UV Detection for Chromatography



Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at 2pm EST | 1pm CST | 11am PST Join us for a webinar focused on bring UV detection into the digital age with the use of high-intensity dual laser and LED light engines in chromatographic application. The KeyView solid-state UV detector allows for instant and consistent high-intensity spectrum with never needing to change a bulb and no latent heating effects.

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Event Overview:

The KeyView ultraviolet (UV) laser and diode-based detector allows flexible UV detection and delivers high signal intensities to both circumnavigate traditional saturation limitations and improve major peak identification. In this webinar, we will briefly take a look at how the KeyView’s dual laser and LED light engine was designed to provide a reliable and high-intensity spectrum. Then we will examine the KeyView UV detector under chromatographic conditions and applications at the mini-spectrum wavelength bands of 220, 255, 265, 278, 285, and 295 nm.

  • KeyView dual LED and 220 nm laser high-intensity design
  • Comparison of mini-spectrum wavelengths (220, 255, 265, 278, 285, and 295 nm)
  • Liquid chromatographic application and example

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstration of a solid-state ultraviolet (UV) light engine design
  • Review of relative spectrum comparisons and signal intensity
  • High-intensity UV detection in liquid chromatography applications

Who Should Attend:

  • Research Chemist, analytical chemist, product manager, HPLC consultant, research scientist, R&D Scientist, Engineer, lab manager, lab director, OEM partner


Ryan Splitstone
Chromatography Business Development
Phoseon Technology

Ryan received a B.S. in Organic Chemistry from Westmont College with research in organic synthesis and preparative chromatography. He continued to work within analytical chemistry in the food and beverage industry in chromatography. Then started working for Phenomenex within the HPLC Food and Beverage team. Specialized in liquid chromatography and transitioned into technical product management for liquid chromatography. Afterward, he took leadership for the business unit group for the pharmaceutical chromatography market before working in new LC product development and commercialization. Then started with Phoseon Technologies for the development of the KeyView UV detector.

Dr. Theresa Thomas
Senior Application Scientist
Phoseon Technology

Dr. Thompson received her BS in Biology and PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Southern California where her research focused on formations of delta-trnF Plasmids of Escherichia coli. She then continued her work directing research development utilizing diverse analytical techniques with cell tissue cultures at Dimera Incorporated. Then while serving as CSO at Chimerochem she developed novel platform biotechnology and patent technology. Currently, Theresa applies her vast development experience to the KeyView solid-state UV Detector as the senior application scientist.

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