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New Dimension in Chromatography - Halo® 1.5

Super Charged Separations: How Utilizing New Column Chemistries Can Improve the Chromatography of Basic Compounds Webinar

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When:  Wednesday, March 20, 2024 11AM EDT / 3PM GMT / 4PM CET
Wednesday, March 20, 2024 2PM EDT / 1PM CDT / 11AM PST

Presenter:  Stephanie A. Schuster, Ph.D. Senior Technical Support Scientist, Advanced Materials Technology

Moderator: Shannon Stolz, Senior Editor of Special Projects, LCGC International

Event Overview:

In LC and LCMS separations, tailed peak shapes with basic compounds at high concentrations is a problem commonly observed when low ionic strength mobile phases are employed, such as those using formic acid. A way to improve the peak shape and sample load capacity is to use a stationary phase containing a positive charge. Application examples demonstrating the impact of positively charged surface (PCS) stationary phases will be presented for both small molecules and peptides. In addition, the webinar will highlight speed and efficiency advantages of using such phases in combination with superficially porous particle columns.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Know when to use positively charged surface phase SPP columns.
  • Understand the advantages of positively charged surface phase SPP columns.
  • Improve the peak shapes of basic analytes with positively charged surface phase SPP columns.

Who Should Attend:

  • Method developers
  • Lab managers
  • Scientists
  • Chromatographers
  • QA/QC managers
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