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Apr 19, 2018 - Apr 27, 2018
Liquid Chromatography Webinars

Join our upcoming Vanquish Duo UHPLC live-broadcasts!
View our recently recorded on-demand spring detectore webinar series! 

The new Thermo Scientific Vanquish Duo UHPLC system offers a revolution in productivity by three workflows and two independent flow-paths in one integrated UHPLC solution that delivers to you substantially higher throughput capabilities, lower costs-per-sample and improved return-on-investment. Join this live webinar to learn more about the productivity workflows (Dual LC, Tandem LC or LC-MS and Inverse Gradient) and the Vanquish Duo System. We are offering this webinar in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. More details and registation below.

Did you miss the spring 2018 detector webinar series in March?
The liquid chromatography detector is one of the most important elements in your (U)HPLC set-up. There are many detectors from which to choose so selecting the one or ones most appropriate for your applications is crucial to your success. 
The webinar recordings are available now. Scroll down and find more details about these five informative webinars. Sign-up and receive access to these on-demand sessions.

Apr 19, 2018 - Apr 19, 2018

The new Vanquish Duo offers a revolution in productivity by offering three workflows and two independent flow-paths in one integrated UHPLC solution that delivers to you substantially higher throughput capabilities, lower cost-per-sample and improved return-on-investment. Productivity workflows on the Vanquish Duo include:

  • Dual LC – Run two samples in parallel to increase throughput or obtain double the information from a single sample.
  • Tandem LC or LC-MS – Recondition on one column while you perform your analytical separation on the other column to increase throughput.
  • Inverse Gradient – Achieve reliable quantitation without using reference standards with Charged Aerosol Detection (CAD) and Inverse Gradient.

To learn more about these productivity workflows and the Vanquish Duo UHPLC system, join this live webinar in Italian language.

Presenter: Sergio Travaini, Application Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Rodano (MI)

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Apr 19, 2018 - Apr 19, 2018

The new Vanquish Duo offers a revolution in productivity by offering three workflows and two independent flow-paths in one integrated UHPLC solution that delivers to you substantially higher throughput capabilities, lower cost-per-sample and improved return-on-investment. Productivity workflows on the Vanquish Duo include:

  • Dual LC – Run two samples in parallel to increase throughput or obtain double the information from a single sample.
  • Tandem LC or LC-MS – Recondition on one column while you perform your analytical separation on the other column to increase throughput.
  • Inverse Gradient – Achieve reliable quantitation without using reference standards with Charged Aerosol Detection (CAD) and Inverse Gradient.

To learn more about these productivity workflows and the Vanquish Duo UHPLC system, join this live webinar in French language.

Presenter: Sylvain Morel, IC/LC Sales Support Team Leader, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Villebon, France

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Apr 20, 2018 - Apr 20, 2018

The new Vanquish Duo offers a revolution in productivity by offering three workflows and two independent flow-paths in one integrated UHPLC solution that delivers to you substantially higher throughput capabilities, lower cost-per-sample and improved return-on-investment. Productivity workflows on the Vanquish Duo include:

  • Dual LC – Run two samples in parallel to increase throughput or obtain double the information from a single sample.
  • Tandem LC or LC-MS – Recondition on one column while you perform your analytical separation on the other column to increase throughput.
  • Inverse Gradient – Achieve reliable quantitation without using reference standards with Charged Aerosol Detection (CAD) and Inverse Gradient.

To learn more about these productivity workflows and the Vanquish Duo UHPLC system, join this live webinar in Spanish language.

Presenter: José Antonio Muñoz, Application Specialist GC, GC-MS, HPLC, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Barcelona, Spain

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Apr 20, 2018 - Apr 20, 2018

The new Vanquish Duo offers a revolution in productivity by offering three workflows and two independent flow-paths in one integrated UHPLC solution that delivers to you substantially higher throughput capabilities, lower cost-per-sample and improved return-on-investment. Productivity workflows on the Vanquish Duo include:

  • Dual LC – Run two samples in parallel to increase throughput or obtain double the information from a single sample.
  • Tandem LC or LC-MS – Recondition on one column while you perform your analytical separation on the other column to increase throughput.
  • Inverse Gradient – Achieve reliable quantitation without using reference standards with Charged Aerosol Detection (CAD) and Inverse Gradient.

To learn more about these productivity workflows and the Vanquish Duo UHPLC system, join this live webinar in English language.

Presenter: Timothy Cross, EMEA Marketing Manager HPLC, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Hemel Hempstead, UK

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Apr 27, 2018 - Apr 27, 2018

The new Vanquish Duo offers a revolution in productivity by offering three workflows and two independent flow-paths in one integrated UHPLC solution that delivers to you substantially higher throughput capabilities, lower cost-per-sample and improved return-on-investment. Productivity workflows on the Vanquish Duo include:

  • Dual LC – Run two samples in parallel to increase throughput or obtain double the information from a single sample.
  • Tandem LC or LC-MS – Recondition on one column while you perform your analytical separation on the other column to increase throughput.
  • Inverse Gradient – Achieve reliable quantitation without using reference standards with Charged Aerosol Detection (CAD) and Inverse Gradient.

To learn more about these productivity workflows and the Vanquish Duo UHPLC system, join this live webinar in German language.

Presenter: Jean-Philippe Heedt, Application Specialist Chromatography, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Dreieich, Germany

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View our on-demand webinars at your convenience

Catch-up and broaden your HPLC knowlegde whenever you want. Hear about the latest developments in liquid chromatography by listening to our 30-45-minute webinar sessions recently recorded for you. 

Content is provided in English, German and Italian language.

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English on-demand webinars

Charged Aerosol Detection 101

A wide range of detection options exist for liquid chromatography, but each has limitations. Charged aerosol detection offers an alternative, universal detection option. Learn how the technology works, what benefits it offers and examples from a wide range of analytes.

Which UHPLC for LC-MS?

LC-MS is a common technique in analytical science, but do you have the optimal LC-MS set-up for your particular application and are you using the correct UHPLC to get the maximum performance from your mass spectrometer?

Chromatographic Workflows for Biopharmaceutical Characterization

Liquid chromatography plays an essential role in biopharmaceutical characterization. In this webinar we shall outline the main characterization workflows, the role LC plays and new developments in these workflows.

Streamline Your Chromatography Laboratory Operations Through End-to-End Workflows

Automate your chromatography processes and ensure that methods and guidelines are accurately followed to improve efficiencies and drive compliance.

Comply with Data Integrity Regulations with Chromeleon CDS Software

Overview on data integrity regulations and how the Thermo Scientific Chromeleon CDS software allows you to protect the integrity of your data at each stage of the workflow.

Sample Preparation for HPLC

Overview on the main sample preparation strategies and guidance to the most suitable sample preparation techniques for general applications.

From HPLC to UHPLC: How Fast Can I Be, and Is the Fastest Always the Best

Learn about the potential for the UHPLC's method acceleration and what advantages and disadvantages this acceleration provide.

From HPLC to UHPLC: What are the Instrument Requirements and Pittfalls?

It is not all about pressure: Requirements for a UHPLC-compatible system and how they can contribute to a successful UHPLC application. 

From HPLC to UHPLC: Method Transfer, What Should I Pay Attention To?

How can method acceleration be achieved following the rules of UHPLC? Examples are examined including effects that just show up under UHPLC conditions.

Tips and Tricks for HPLC and UHPLC

A chromatogram does not always look as expected. Classical problems and typical causes are discussed and how these can be eliminated and avoided.


German on-demand webinars

From HPLC to UHPLC: How Fast Can I Get, and is the Fastest Always the Best (German)

Many myths exist how fast a UHPLC separation can be. This webinar discusses the potential for the UHPLC's method acceleration, how this is achieved and discusses advantages and disadvantages associate with this acceleration.

From HPLC to UHPLC: What are the Instrument Requirements and Pitfalls? (German)

It is not all about pressure: Requirements for a UHPLC-compatible system and how the user can contribute to a successful UHPLC application.

From HPLC to UHPLC: Method Transfer, What Should I Pay Attention to? (German)

How can method acceleration be achieved following the rules of UHPLC? Examples are examined including effects that just show up under UHPLC conditions.

The Ideal Chromatography Data System (CDS) for Your? (German)

What are key requirements for your next CDS? Ease of use, regulatory compliance, traceability and data integrity, to productivity tools are discussed.

Tips and Tricks for HPLC and UHPLC (German)

A chromatogram does not always look as expected; classical fault images and typical causes are discussed and shown how these can be eliminated and avoided.


Italian on-demand webinars

Chromatographic Workflow for Biopharmaceutical Characterization (Italian)

LC plays an essential role in biopharmaceutical characterization. This session in Italian discusses main workflows, the role LC plays and new developments

Which UHPLC for LC-MS? (Italian)

LC-MS is a common technique in analytical science, but do you have the optimal LC-MS set-up for your particular application and are you using the correct UHPLC to get the maximum performance from your mass spectrometer?

Tips and Tricks for HPLC and UHPLC (Italian)

Classic HPLC and UHPLC problems, typical causes and solutions

Comply with Data Integrity Regulations with Chromeleon CDS Software (Italian)

Learn more about data integrity guidelines and how the Chromeleon CDS software protects data integrity.

IC Coupled with MS, a Powerful Approach for Polar Pesticide Determination (Italian)

Ion chromatography coupled to a triple quadrupole mass spectrometer has been used to separate polar pesticides without the need for derivitization. 

Spring 2018 (U)HPLC detector webinar series - Sign-up and view on-demand 

The liquid chromatography detector is one of the most important elements in your (U)HPLC set-up. There are many detectors from which to choose so selecting the one or ones most appropriate for your applications is crucial to your success. View this on-demand series of five informative webinars to broaden your depth of liquid chromatography detector knowledge. Register for all or only those you are interested in and withthe confirmation messatge you will get access to the webinar recording and slidedeck.

Introduction to UV-based detection

UV-based detection is the most commonly used detection technique in liquid chromatography due to its simplicity and cost effectiveness. Learn about the different UV-based detectors, modes of operation, pros and cons of each, and their uses.

Speaker: Jan Pettersson, Chromatography Sales and Applications Support

Introduction to universal detectors

Some analytes cannot be detected by 'traditional' detectors, such as UV or mass spectrometry. In these circumstances, a universal detector, such as a charged aerosol detector, can be used. Learn more about universal detectors, how they work, and their varied applications.

Speaker: Paul Gamache, HPLC R&D Director

Mass spectrometry detection

There are many different types of mass spectrometers, from single and triple quadrupole instruments to ion-traps and Orbitrap-based instruments. Hear about the main differences between these instruments as well as the applications that are most suited to each.

Speaker: Debadeep Bhattacharyya, Senior Manager, LSMS Product Marketing

Why use CAD over ELSD?

There are two main types of evaporative universal detectors: charged aerosol detectors (CAD) and evaporative light scattering detectors (ELSD). Both use a similar evaporative mechanism but different detection principles. Learn about these differences and their implications with respect to sensitivitity, linear dynamic range, applications, and ease-of-use, making CAD the obvious choice.

Speaker: Tibor Muellner, Product Manager, HPLC

Detector tips and tricks

Want to get the best out of your detector, whether it is UV-based, a universal detector, or mass spectrometer? Join our panel who will briefly outline the main tips and tricks to get optimal performance from any detector type, followed by an open question and answer session.

Speaker: Patrick Bohman, HPLC Sales Support Specialist

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