UHPLC: Level Up Your Method Transfer and Scaling

Webcasts

Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 11 AM EDT In this webinar, join Zachary Woodward, a technical specialist at Phenomenex, as he presents a framework to better navigate a variety of scaling LC parameters and to develop an understanding of relationship between particle size and resolution. Woodward will also discuss method scaling in the context of preserving selectivity and resolution during preparative purifications.

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Event Overview:

Ultra-high pressure liquid chromatography (UHPLC) is a powerful tool often used to significantly increase the efficiency of a chromatographic separation. UHPLC presents an opportunity to refine existing HPLC methods to establish higher efficiency, sharper resolution between peaks, and shorter run times. Traditional HPLC methods may also be improved to attain UHPLC results, while working within instrument limitations. In this webinar, Zachary Woodward, a technical specialist at Phenomenex, will present a framework to better navigate a variety of scaling LC parameters. Woodward will also discuss method scaling in the context of preserving selectivity and resolution during preparative purifications.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the relationship between particle size and resolution
  • Find out how to optimize the internal diameter of a column for analytical or preparative methods
  • Learn how to optimize method parameters for improved sensitivity

Who Should Attend:

  • Analytical chemists, with a focus on method development and validation.

Speaker

Zachary Woodward
Sr. Technical Specialist
Phenomenex, Inc.

Zachary Woodward is a Senior Technical Specialist with Phenomenex, Inc, assisting laboratories with method development in the biopharma, environmental, and food industries. Zachary spent his formative years developing HPLC and GC methods with a pharmaceutical lab in Albany, NY, after which he developed HPLC and SPE methods in the clinical setting here in Southern California. Zachary received his B.Sc. in Chemistry from the College of William and Mary, was awarded his Master’s in Chemistry at San Diego State University and is happy to speak with you today!

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