Basic Gas Chromatography
The Chicago Chromatography Discussion Group will hold its 46th annual Introductory course in Gas Chromatography October 23-25, 2018. Co-sponsored by Roosevelt University and held on their campus, this course offers a well-designed combination of lecture and hands-on laboratory training. The 3 day course is intended to give the students sufficient theoretical and practical background to perform independent work in Gas Chromatography. The course includes both lecture and laboratory sessions.
Awarded 20 hours of AACC Continuing Education Credit!
This course will emphasize practical laboratory training in capillary GC. Gas chromatographs, supplied by leading manufacturers, will be available for the students. During the three day sessions each student will spend about five hours in intensive laboratory work in the areas of qualitative and quantitative analysis. The fee for the course will include lunch, text and laboratory manual.
This three day course, taught by Dr. Lee Polite from Axion, will provide instruction on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:
- Introduction to Gas Chromatography
- GC Inlet systems
- GC capillary columns and resolution
- GC split ratio
- Temperature programming and electronic pressure control
- GC/MS, Headspace GC, Liquid GC
- Method development and quantitative analysis
- GC Troubleshooting and more!
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