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2-day Anthias Hands-on GCxGC Operator course

06 Nov 2013 - 07 Nov 2013 - The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK



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The 2-day Hands-on GCxGC Operator course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts of GCxGC with flow modulation with the operation of the Agilent GCxGC CFT flow modulator and the Zoex GCImage software. It combines a mixture of classroom based presentation with hands-on software and hardware lab exercises to give you comprehensive training.

This course includes an introduction to Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography; selection and installation of the column set into the flow modulator; creation of GCxGC methods using Chemstation; optimisation of a diesel sample using the standard column set; and analysis of the data using GCImage software. If you have difficult and complex samples and wish to explore improving the resolution of your work through two-dimensional chromatography, then you should attend this course.

This course is 50% theory and 50% practical and requires a good knowledge of GC before attending this advanced course.



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