Stepwise Introduction to ‘Practical’ HPLC Part 1

Oct 17 2017

Who should take this course?

This course is in two separate 1 day ‘stepwise’ parts for ease of learning and covers the essential concepts and operational principles of High Performance Liquid Chromatography. This course is for you if you are involved in HPLC or are going to be involved in HPLC, in a practical, hands-on capacity. No previous HPLC training is necessary, although a basic understanding of HPLC would be useful. Delegates will receive the greatest benefit by registering for both parts, although it is entirely possible to take either part independently from the other.

What does it cover?

This course explains in practical, easy to understand terms:

Part One
Definition of chromatography 
Basic principles of separations 
Different modes of HPLC
HPLC instrumentation Gradient elution
Basic troubleshooting

Part Two
Materials used for HPLC columns
Reversed-phase HPLC
Mobile phases
Gradient elution
Basic troubleshooting

What will I get from this course?

This course will enable you to acquire a good understanding of the fundamental principles of HPLC. You will also discover ways in which you can make your chromatography easier and more efficient. If you’ve never taken a formal course, or if you need a refresher, this is an ideal course for you.

Course Outline

Part One
Definition of Chromatography Basic principles of separations Different modes of HPLC HPLC instrumentation Basic troubleshooting

Part Two
Materials used for HPLC columns
Reversed-Phase HPLC
Mobile phases
Gradient elution



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Chromatography Today - June 2017 Volume 10 Issue 2

June 2017

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