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The CHROMacademy Essential Guide Webcast:
Automated Derivatization for Gas Chromatography

Tuesday, January 28th 2014, 16:00 GMT.

Andrea Caruso (GC Applications Chemist, Thermo Fisher Scientific) and Tony Taylor (Technical Director, Crawford Scientific and CHROMacademy) demonstrate the power of analyte derivatization to improve Gas Chromatography performance.  Reactions will be highlighted to improve volatility, improve peak shape and quantitative reproducibility, improve selectivity and specificity with traditional and MS detection.  They will also highlight recent technology advances which make a host of derivatization reactions suitable for automation, which enable just in time or unattended operation and which improve reproducibility of derivatization chemistry.

  • Derivatization has many benefits for dealing with difficult samples for Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry
  • Learn the benefits which can be derived to deal with less volatile samples, those which produce poor chromatographic response or when sensitivity or specificity need to be improved
  • Real life case studies to highlight the benefits of derivatization
  • See how automation of derivatization reactions is now a real possibility for Gas Chromatography
 

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Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone working with Gas Chromatograhy or Mass Spectrometric Detection
  • Anyone interested in developing automated / unattended solutions for sample derivatization.
   


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Automated Derivatization for Gas Chromatography - Available Late January 2014

Andrea Caruso (GC Applications Chemist, Thermo Fisher Scientific) and Tony Taylor (Technical Director, Crawford Scientific and CHROMacademy) demonstrate the power of analyte derivatization to improve Gas Chromatography performance.  Reactions will be highlighted to improve volatility, improve peak shape and quantitative reproducibility, improve selectivity and specificity with traditional and MS detection.  They will also highlight recent technology advances which make a host of derivatization reactions suitable for automation, which enable just in time or unattended operation and which improve reproducibility of derivatization chemistry.

  • Understand the benefits of analyte derivatization for Gas Chromatography
  • Appreciate how derivatization can be used to increase analyte volatility / improve chromatography / improve method sensitivity or selectivity
  • Study some of the most important derivatization reactions and the reagents and conditions required, as well as strategies for optimizing reactions
  • Learn about recent developments in automated instrumentation which enable unattended operation
  • View case studies using automated sample derivatization and appreciate the benefits associated with this technique

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Andrea Caruso (GC Applications Chemist, Thermo Fisher Scientific) and Tony Taylor (Technical Director, Crawford Scientific and CHROMacademy) demonstrate the power of analyte derivatization to improve Gas Chromatography performance.  Reactions will be highlighted to improve volatility, improve peak shape and quantitative reproducibility, improve selectivity and specificity with traditional and MS detection.  They will also highlight recent technology advances which make a host of derivatization reactions suitable for automation, which enable just in time or unattended operation and which improve reproducibility of derivatization chemistry.

Tony Taylor
Technical Director
Crawford Scientific

 

Andrea Caruso
Gas Chromatography Applications Chemist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the benefits of analyte derivatization for Gas Chromatography
  • Appreciate how derivatization can be used to increase analyte volatility / improve chromatography / improve method sensitivity or selectivity
  • Study some of the most important derivatization reactions and the reagents and conditions required, as well as strategies for optimizing reactions
  • Learn about recent developments in automated instrumentation which enable unattended operation
  • View case studies using automated sample derivatization and appreciate the benefits associated with this technique