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4-day Comprehensive GC Training training course (Agilent 7890 GC)

10 Feb 2014 - 13 Feb 2014 - Milton Keynes, UK

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What will you learn on this course? The four-day Comprehensive GC Training course introduces the fundamental theory of GC along with the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of the Agilent 7890 Gas Chromatograph using GC OpenLab Chemstation software. This course includes an introduction to gas chromatography, Agilent Chemstation configuration, an introduction to GC Chemstation, data acquisition and data analysis. It will discuss gas supply and handling; split/splitless and multi-mode inlets; capillary columns; detectors (FID and ECD); the autosampler; PC & data system; creating methods; integration and reporting; quantitation and calibrations; sequences; and retention time locking. This course also covers troubleshooting and maintenance of the autosampler, inlet, column, detector and data systems. It combines a mixture of classroom based presentations with hands-on hardware and software lab exercises, to give you comprehensive training. Who is this course for? This course is primarily for analysts and technicians responsible for the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of Agilent gas chromatographs.

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