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Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches Technologies at HPLC 2009
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches Technologies at HPLC 2009

Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches Technologies at HPLC 2009
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches Technologies at HPLC 2009

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has announced that the company will be introducing two of UHPLC pumps, a new Thermo Scientific Accela PDA detector and will also be presenting a number of informative workshops, seminars, presentations and events at the 34th International Symposium on High-Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques (HPLC 2009).

The company will also be showcasing the full range of Thermo Scientific instruments, columns and consumables from sample preparation to green chromatography on the Thermo Scientific booth (#6-8) at HPLC 2009, June 28 to July 2, in Dresden, Germany.

The new pump technology launching at HPLC 2009 involves the use of Force Feedback Control (FFC) that enables the delivery of flow and gradients under all operating conditions. According to Thermo Fisher, these pumps are able to deliver compositional and flow rate precision over the entire operating range resulting in exceptional reproducibility.

The company claims that the Accela 600 LC pump offers a maximum operating pressure of 600 bar while the new Accela 1000 LC pump has a maximum operating pressure of 15,000 psi, making it an unparalleled pump for all UHPLC applications and the perfect choice to complement the company’s world leading MS technology.Designed for configuration with the Thermo Scientific Accela PDA detector, the new pumps continue to increase laboratory productivity in HPLC and U-HPLC applications. The new Accela PDA detector is designed to operate with higher flow rates at high pressure with an acquisition rate up to 80 Hz.

Thermo Fisher will also host the following informative workshops and presentations covering technologies that can help solve analytical challenges:

• Top industrial and academic scientists will be discussing the latest in research and application advancements using the stationary phase Thermo Scientific Hypercarb column during the Hypercarb Workshop on Sunday, June 28, 10:30 - 16:30 in the Seminar Room 1, Congress Center, Dresden. Topics include sample preparation, green chromatography, unique separations and improving the Hypercarb column’s use.

• Following the Hypercarb workshop, Thermo Fisher will be celebrating the Hypercarb 20th Birthday Party on at 10:30 am on Sunday, June 28, at the Terrasse Foyer, Congress Center, Dresden. Celebrating 20 years of the Hypercarb column, this informal social event will bring together industry leaders.

• The Thermo Scientific Vendor Seminar: Advances in U-HPLC and MS Technologies takes place on Monday, June 29 from 14:15 - 15:15 in Conference Room 1. Participants will learn about the latest innovations in U-HPLC and MS technologies and discover how new developments in chromatography and mass spectrometry can help solve analytical challenges.

Thermo Fisher will also be exhibiting a range of posters covering the company’s latest HPLC, U-HPLC and LC/MS technologies. Luisa Pereira will be presenting three posters entitled “Porous carbon for the LC/MS analysis of trace polar pollutants,” “Comparison of a polymeric SPE phase with a traditional silica-based C18 material” and “Analysis of hydrophilic and polar compounds using a novel HILIC stationary phase”.

Guifeng Jiang will also host a poster, “Determination of the pharmaceutical products associated with drug abuse using UHPLC/MS.”