Using the Chromatographic Modeler to Cut GC Method Development Time

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Chromatographic laboratories face continual pressure to increase productivity while decreasing costs. With recent advances in available technology, additional flexibility in updated methods, and optimization of key instrument parameters, we can find valuable opportunities to save time and money. Separation Science, in collaboration with Restek, offers a series of tutorials showing how the EZGC suite of online tools can be used to improve gas chromatographic analyses. The second part in this four-part tutorial series describes how the chromatogram modeler works.


Tutorial #2:The Chromatographic Modeler: How does it work?
This tutorial will describe how to use EZGC to do GC method development from scratch, including the column and conditions. With an analyte list, EZGC chromatographic modeler can provide customized, interactive model chromatograms that provide a specific phase, column dimensions, and conditions. You can change columns, modify GC method conditions, zoom in, view chemical structures, and even overlay mass spectra of coeluting compounds.

Keim_Jonathan_120These presentations are given by Jonathan "Munch" Keim. At Restek, Jonathan started as a technical service specialist and ultimately rose to technical service manager before assuming the role of sample preparation product marketing manager. Since 2012, Jonathan has been supporting and expanding the company’s technical training program as education program manager. Along with providing instruction on QuEChERS and other sample prep methods, Jonathan also lends his expertise to our GC and GC-MS seminars.

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