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Continuous Flow Process Optimization and Control

This free online event is for chemists and engineers interested in learning new methods to design, monitor, and control flow processes. Each presenter will share presentations demonstrating the use of spectroscopy to track reaction performance in real-time for process and product optimization.

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25

Automation for UV Vis Spectroscopy – Learn How to Increase the Efficiency and Security of Your UV Vis Workflows with Unattended Operation

In this live webinar, we will look at how you can streamline the optical spectroscopy workflows in your laboratory to increase efficiency and operating safety, while at the same time improve result quality and help support compliance with regulations.

We will look at what automation solutions are available for UV Vis spectroscopy today and discuss what aspects need to be considered in order to choose the automation solution that best fits your needs.

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Prevent, Protect, Purify: The Benefits of Gas Filtration

Impure gases can cause installation delays, premature instrument failure, and flawed results. Purification is one of the most important steps that you can take to optimize your system performance. Although you might purchase the highest-quality gas, purification still acts as a form of insurance in case a leak occurs. Join us as we cover options for gas purification and have a look at what gas contamination looks like so you can spot it in your chromatography.

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Thermal Analysis of Pharmaceuticals

Discover Key Techniques for Studying Pharmaceutical Substances

Thermal Analysis is a useful tool for investigating pharmaceutical substances for effects such as polymorphism, purity and composition, phase shifts, and stability. The four main techniques of DSCTGATMA, and DMA are ideal for carrying out these investigations over a wide temperature range, from -150 to 1600 °C.

Important Effects and Properties Measured by Thermal Analysis

  • DSC: The most important effects that can be analyzed are the melting point, melting range and melting behavior. This technique is also used to determine the heat of fusion, purity, polymorphism, the glass transition, and oxidation stability.
  • TOA: Thermo-optical analysis is an auxiliary technique that uses visual observation to study melting behavior and polymorphism.
  • TGA: The main applications are investigating evaporation, desorption and vaporization behavior, thermal stability, decomposition kinetics, and composition.
  • TMA: Normally used to study the expansion or shrinkage of materials and the glass transition.
  • DMA: The most sensitive method for characterizing the glass transition of materials.

Join the live webinar to discover more and get the opportunity to ask our experts your questions!

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Service Balances the Smart Way

The Right Laboratory Balance Service at the Right Time

Weighing is a core process in almost every application in a lab. To maintain consistent results, it’s essential to regularly service your equipment. But what are the most important services, and how often do they need to be performed?

​In this webinar, we will guide you, based on the lifecycle of a balance, through the different services that can help you to keep your instrument accurate and extend its lifetime – from the instrument selection to its installation, throughout its routine operation, and up to the time for replacement.

Join our live webinar with METTLER TOLEDO experts to gain a better understanding.

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30

In-line Quality Control in Breweries

Greater Confidence in Your Processes.

In-line measurement of quality-related analytics supplement process control with important information.

In this webinar, we will show how the in-line measurement of relevant parameters helps to drive processes closer to their optimum.

One focus will be on the in-line measurement of pH and we will present a new sensor technology that simplifies the brewing process from mashing to filling.

The webinar will also shed light on how the combination of color and turbidity measurement with scattered light at 25° and 90° has a positive influence on mashing, fermentation and filtration. And how transmitted light and reflection sensors optimize phase changes and enable product recognition.

Oxygen measurement along the process helps to detect faults in the system, enabling timely actions before out-of-spec oxygen causes lasting damage to your product.

The large number of measuring points in breweries requires a smart concept for the verification and calibration of in-line dissolved oxygen sensors.  A solution for these tasks will also be presented.

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Upgrade your Tech with Agilent Advanced Automated Electrophoresis Solutions

We want to Help you gain the advantages from advanced automated electrophoresis solutions. Solutions that you’ll need to accelerate your next-generation sequencing projects, cell-free DNA and genomic DNA analysis, RNA and proteins quality controls. Does your lab need a Tech Upgrade? A technology upgrade may help you save time and money. During the workshop, you’ll hear the benefits your lab can get if you upgrade.

Come to the Workshop to:

•    Learn how the Advanced AE platforms perform in terms of hardware, software, and assays        as well as workflows.

•    See equivalent data between the Bioanalyzer, TapeStation, and Fragment Analyzer system.

•    Discover the key advantages and benefits of the advanced platforms.

•    Listen to a customer experience.

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From research to routine: GC×GC for every challenge

The most essential part of a GC×GC system is the modulator, so it is important to choose the right device for the application.

Join our webinar to hear about the recent advances in GC×GC technology and how they are extending its capabilities from the niche to the mainstream.

We’ll be discussing the advantages of both flow and thermal modulation to help simplify the decision-making process. For example, how robust and repeatable flow modulation allows GC×GC to be a productive member of high-throughput labs, while thermal modulation delivers the enhanced sensitivity and increased peak capacity for unparalleled characterisation of even the most challenging samples.

Furthermore, we will share some examples of real-life applications that have benefited from the separating power of GC×GC using both flow and thermal modulation.

 

By attending this webinar you will:

  • Understand the benefits of GC×GC and what it offers over and above standard GC
  • Discover the advantages of both flow and thermal modulation
  • Learn about the new INSIGHT-Thermal modulator for GC×GC
  • Explore the latest GC×GC applications for both research and routine laboratories, including odor profiling, petrochemical fingerprinting and environmental monitoring

 

Who should attend:

  • GC(–MS) users who want to enhance their ability to analyse complex samples.
  • GC(–MS) analysts who want to find out more about GC×GC.
  • GC×GC practitioners wanting to further their knowledge on recent advances in applications, hardware and software.

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Analysis of trace VOCs and odour in post-consumer recycled resins by TD–GC×GC–TOF MS

With the global push towards a circular economy, there are renewed efforts to recycle plastics and to use post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastics, especially in food packaging. However, there are numerous challenges in providing high quality food packaging with PCRs because of volatile impurities, which originates from weathering, contamination, and thermal degradation.

This webinar shows how thermal desorption (TD) and comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography with time-of-flight mass spectrometry (TD–GC×GC–TOF MS) can provide detailed characterization of complex odor and volatiles profiles from PCR resins, as well as confident taste and odor analysis of the packaged products.

Why you should attend:

  • Find out the challenges involved in the analysis of post-consumer recycled plastics
  • Learn how TD–GC×GC–TOF MS can improve detection of trace odorants
  • See how novel software workflows can uncover hidden differences between VOC profiles
  • Explore real world examples of taste and odor analysis applied to bottled beverages

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Analysis of trace volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odor in post-consumer recycled resins by thermal desorption and GC×GC–TOF MS

With the global push towards a circular economy, there are renewed efforts to recycle plastics and to use post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastics, especially in food packaging. However, there are numerous challenges in providing high quality food packaging with PCRs because of volatile impurities, which originates from weathering, contamination, and thermal degradation.

This webinar shows how thermal desorption (TD) and comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography with time-of-flight mass spectrometry (TD-GC×GC-TOF MS) can provide detailed characterization of complex odor and volatiles profiles from PCR resins, as well as confident taste and odor analysis of the packaged products.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Find out the challenges involved in the analysis of post-consumer recycled plastics
  • Learn how TD-GCxGC-TOF MS can improve detection of trace odorants
  • See how novel software workflows can uncover hidden differences between VOC profiles
  • Explore real world examples of taste and odor analysis applied to bottled beverages
Who Should Attend:
  • GC users who want to find out more about GCxGC
  • Polymer scientists who want to understand more about odors from recycled plastics
  • Food and aroma analysts who want to enhance their ability to analyze complex VOC profiles

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