Troubleshooting is a task that all chromatographers must undertake routinely. Some problems seem to be resolved quickly while others can be much more onerous. Having a good troubleshooting strategy which can be applied to all problems is essential, therefore, using examples of real-life chromatographic problems we will provide you with he knowledge you need to become the expert troubleshooter in your lab.
Key Learning Objectives
The definitive guide to troubleshooting. Using real chromatographic examples, we will consider some of the most common HPLC method problems including peak splitting, retention time changes, and baseline issues. We will outline a troubleshooting strategy that can be applied to any problem to help you apply what you have learned in this webcast to your routine lab work._1594863810438