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Think of the Agilent Community like a scientific conference or other professional gathering. Please act professionally, engage in informal but professional conversations like you would at a talk, poster session, or in the hall at a scientific meeting. You must use your real name and affiliation to identify yourself, just like you would have on a conference name badge. While participants strive to be useful, conversations held here are NOT formal channels of support and are not guaranteed by Agilent in any way. Please regard Agilent like a conference host (such as ASMS, the American Chemical Society, or Pittcon), which is not responsible for discussions in the meeting hall.