2-day Hands-on GC Theory & Maintenance (Feb 17)

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Course accreditation This course has been approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). What will you learn on this course? Spend the first day learning the theory of gas chromatography and then using this knowledge to create split and splitless methods, perform manual and liquid autosampler injections and change oven temperature programs to optimise the separation of analytes detected with an FID. The final day combines learning the reasons why maintenance is required, what happens if maintenance isn’t performed and the signs of when maintenance is needed along with practicals carrying out maintenance on a gas chromatograph. This course will cover the theory, methods and maintenance of the gas supplies, liquid autosampler, hot split and splitless injections, the analytical column and detection by FID and ECD. Learning Outcomes You will learn the importance of good chromatography You will learn about the function & operation of the individual GC components You will become familiar with the GC instrumentation You will have practical experience of adjusting the parameters for each GC component You will have practical experience of performing maintenance on each GC components Who is this course for? This course is suitable for all levels of knowledge.
Event Type:
Workshops/Training Courses
Date:
Feb. 20-21, 2017
Venue:
The Open University
Location:
Milton Keynes , UK

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