Your GPC/SEC Toolbox – Have You Got What You Need for Your Polymer Analysis?
Agilent Technologies: Your GPC/SEC Toolbox – Have You Got What You Need for Your Polymer Analysis?
GPC/SEC is an important technique for determining the molecular weight distribution of synthetic and natural polymers and for comparing batch to batch quality. It is a valuable technique for those doing polymer analysis. Specific criteria should be considered when developing or optimizing your method to ensure the success of the application:
- Why determining molecular weight is important
- Key parameters for solvent and column selection
- Column type options, their features, and benefits
- Importance of polymer standards selection and calibrating
- Modes of Detection and expanding the information for your polymer
Practical steps, helpful product information, and application examples will be provided to assist you with selecting the best GPC/SEC solution for your polymer sample.
Presenter: Jean Lane (Application Engineer, Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
Jean has been employed with Agilent since Nov 2010 in technical and applications support and has a primary role supporting Agilent’s full line of LC columns and consumables, which also includes support for Agilent’s GPC/SEC product line. She came to Agilent thru acquisition of Varian and the former Polymer Laboratories. Jean has 20 plus years of technical and applications support for both HPLC and GPC consumable products. In addition to practical chromatography experience in the laboratory, she has had many, many years in her technical role involving customer support providing assistance and troubleshooting for customer chromatography issues.