Discover how you can cut GC method development and optimization time with EZGC web tools as this webinar presents software solutions to hard problems.
Chromatographic laboratories face continual pressure to increase productivity while decreasing costs. With recent advances in available technology, additional flexibility in updated methods, and optimization of key instrument parameters, valuable opportunities to save time and money can be found. In this webinar, work is shared that shows how the EZGC suite of online tools can be used to improve gas chromatographic analyses.
In this on-demand webinar, you will learn how the free software can be used to improve your analysis such as maintaining high quality separations with much shorter columns, the importance of optimizing your splitless valve time, switching carrier gases, and automated method development.
By viewing this event you will...
- be able to describe how Pro EZGC chromatogram modeler can be used to accelerate method development.
- be able to define the best situations for using Pro EZGC chromatogram modeler.
- be able to state several situations where you should use the EZGC method translator to translate your run conditions.
The PresenterJonathan "Munch" Keim found his initial home at Restek in technical service, where he spent eight years putting his BS in chemistry from Juniata College and MS in analytical chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh to work assisting Restek's customers. He started as a technical service specialist and ultimately rose to technical service manager before assuming the role of sample preparation product marketing manager. Since 2012, Jonathan has been supporting and expanding the company’s technical training program as education program manager. Along with providing instruction on QuEChERS and other sample prep methods, Jonathan also lends his expertise to Restek's GC and GC-MS seminars.
Register now and discover how you can improve your gas chromatographic analyses with the EZGC suite of online tools whilst increasing productivity and decreasing costs.