Agilent University - GPC/SEC Classroom Trainings at our German Headquarters in Waldbronn

Are you interested in GPC/SEC technology and want to deepen your knowledge? Then the following two classroom training courses at our Agilent University are just right for you.

Note: The course is in German, with English slides. The course will be held in Waldbronn, Germany.

1. Classroom Training:

Techniques of Gel Permeation and Size Exclusion Chromatography

This training course provides lectures and laboratory sessions for modern analysis of macromolecules using gel permeation chromatography (GPC), also known as size exclusion chromatography (SEC). It covers the theoretical background of this powerful separation technique, gives practical advice for reproducible and accurate analysis, and shows the application advantages as well as the limitations of GPC/SEC and GPC/SEC hyphenation with light scattering, viscometry, and other techniques. In the laboratory sessions, small workgroups verify a GPC/SEC system, check the performance of the separation column, and calibrate and evaluate samples using different techniques.

2. Classroom Training:

Viscometry and Light Scattering Detection Methods

This seminar covers all aspects for working with advanced detection methods and instruments for the determination of molar masses, sizes, and structures of macromolecules and biopolymers in solution. Lectures providing the theoretical background on (multi-angle) light scattering and viscometry will be followed by hands-on training sessions on practical aspects and data processing for online GPC/SEC setups. Tutored discussions in small workgroups and a trouble shooting session ensure that all aspects of molar mass sensitive detection are trained efficiently.

Covered topics:

  • Light scattering and viscometry application areas
  • Setup of a multi-detection system
  • Evaluation methods and experimental parameters
  • Interpretation of raw data and results
  • Influence of experimental parameters on the results
  • What do I do if ...

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