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Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography

Innovations in GC that Increase Analytical Capability and Productivity

sponsored by ARC_activated research company

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February 19, 2020
10am CST


This webinar discusses novel gas chromatographic techniques and applications with catalysis based, 3D-printed microreactors in conjunction with flame ionization detection.

The successful implementation of this strategy led to a breakthrough in analytical performance by improving detector sensitivity for many classes of organic compounds, such as oxygenated and halogenated compounds. Carbon compound independent response, a new and critical capability based on flame ionization detection, was also realized.

The enhanced capabilities mentioned enabled analytical scientists to deliver more cost-effective and efficient solutions to meet the increasing demand for faster sample throughput, increased accuracy, and reliable results.

Learning Objectives of Webinar

  1. Learn how recent advances in gas chromatography allow for single-injection quantitation.
  2. Learn about post-column reaction techniques paired with flame ionization detection for universal response and reduced calibration steps.
  3. Learn challenging GC applications and practices.

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