Understanding LC Columns - Difference in Column Types and Phases
Reversed phase, normal phase, HILIC phase, there are so many different separation techniques in HPLC. Which separation technique should you use? On 12 Jan, join us to learn about the differences in these separation modes and how to select a column for you
When it comes to LC analysis, a common question for users is, “Which LC column should I choose?”
The column is the heart of the LC system, which plays a pivotal role in ensuring high-resolution separation. The fundamental knowledge of column selection can hence help you decide the optimal column for your specific application.
In this second series of Understanding LC Columns webinar, we will introduce the different mode of separation in liquid chromatography including reversed phase, normal phase and HILIC. We will discuss some of the common applications for each of these separation techniques. The difference in column chemistry and column specifications can significantly impact your separation. This webinar will also cover the different column chemistry and the considerations when selecting a column for the different applications.
Understand the different mode of separation and their application in liquid chromatography.
Understand the different column chemistry and their separation mechanisms.
Duration: 60 minutes, including live Q&A
12:30 pm — India, Sri Lanka
2:00 pm — Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam
3:00 pm — Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Australia (Perth)
6:00 pm — Australia (Sydney, Melbourne)
Dr. Derrick Tan obtained his PhD in chemistry from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has more than 7 years of research experience in small molecules, nucleic acids, peptides and protein synthesis, separation and purification. He joined Shimadzu (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd in 2021 as an Applications Chemist (Consumables). At Shimadzu, he is responsible for the technical support of consumables in chromatography and spectroscopy. Products in his care include LC and GC columns, UV/Vis cuvettes, sample vials and accessories.