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Event database – analytica 2020 postponed

Here you will soon find the dates of analytica 2020 for the new event period October 19 – 22, 2020.

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Efficient LC Purification Solutions for Analytical to Preparative Scale

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20. OCT 2020

Lecture Halle B1 Forum Laboratory & Analysis

11:30-12:00 h | Hall B1 B1.135/Forum Laboratory&Analysis

Agilent InfinityLab LC Purification Systems are tailor-made solutions designed to tackle your application challenges. By a practical example you will learn how to increase the efficiency of your purification workflow: perform analytical scouting and preparative purification in a single system, add automated sample dilution, fraction mixing and re-analysis to the purification workflow, increase resolution with software-aided scale-up calculations, upgrade your system stepwise to match your changing requirements, or add mass-based fraction collection for highest specificity.

Subjects: Analysis | Applications | Automatisierung | Software

Speaker: Dr. Florian Rieck (Agilent Technologies)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

The tasks of a liquid chromatography purification lab are highly variable: from bulk purification of synthetic products to the isolation of impurities or unknown compounds in trace amounts; from analytical flows to high-throughput multi-gram injections; from expert chromatographers to open-access environments – Agilent InfinityLab LC Purification Systems offer a solution for all these scenarios. A typical purification workflow will be demonstrated by an unknown small molecule sample. Sample dilution, analytical scouting, scale-up, purification, and re-analysis are facilitated with hardware and software support to increase efficiency and eliminate manual work and sources of errors. In addition to manual scale-up of a generic separation gradient, a focused gradient with optimized resolution of the target compound is generated using the Agilent Automated Purification Software.

Dr. Florian Rieck

Florian Rieck holds a master’s degree in food chemistry and a PhD in analytical chemistry from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany. He joined Agilent Technologies in 2015 as an applications chemist for liquid chromatography in Waldbronn, Germany. Working on general LC applications first, Florian soon focused on preparative liquid chromatography and mass-based purification applications. 

Dr. Florian Rieck

Agilent Technologies

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Dr. Florian Rieck

Florian Rieck holds a master’s degree in food chemistry and a PhD in analytical chemistry from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany. He joined Agilent Technologies in 2015 as an applications chemist for liquid chromatography in Waldbronn, Germany. Working on general LC applications first, Florian soon focused on preparative liquid chromatography and mass-based purification applications. 

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