Sample Preparation

The success of any analytical laboratory technique, lies first and formemost with the integrity of the sample and secondly with sample Preparation. Learn the fundamentals and solutions Chemetrix provised to ensure analytical success

 

Chromatograpahy & Mass Spec

Since most samples encountered in a chromatography laboratory are not in a form to be directly placed into the analytical instrument, some form of preparation is required for nearly every sample. The sample preparation could be as simple as “dilute and shoot” or as complex as multistage sample handling. The aim of sample preparation is to provide a sample aliquot that (a) is relatively free of interferences, (b) will not damage the column or instrument and (c) is compatible with the intended analytical method. In chromatography, the sample solvent should dissolve in the HPLC mobile phase or be injectable into a GC column without affecting sample retention or resolution, the stationary phase itself, and without interfering with detection. 

 

Fundamentals

Here you can find useful resources on Sample Preparation for Chromatography Techniques

Sample Preparation Fundamentals for Chromatography

Primer

Simple Approaches to SPE Method Development

Simple Steps to Maximize Lipid Removal with EMR-Lipid

Liquid Chromatography

Chemetrix InfinityLab solutions for high- and ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography include instruments, columns, and supplies to help your lab achieve highest operational efficiency. From routine analysis to cutting-edge research, the InfinityLab LC Series offers the broadest portfolio of HPLC,UHPLC and Preparative HPLC solutions for any application and budget.

 

Fundamentals

Learn about liquid chromatography systems and their main components, as well as the basics of LC separation and the common industries where they are used.

 

HPLC Fundamentals

Learn about liquid chromatography systems and their main components, as well as the basics of LC separation and the common industries where they are used.

High Performance Liquid Chromatography Fundamentals – Theory

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The LC Handbook

A Comprehensive Guide to LC Columns and Method Development

LC Handbook

Gas Chromatography

Our Gas chromatography (GC) systems combine the renowned Agilent robustness with innovative technology and integrated instrument intelligence to offer labs and operators predictive technologies aimed at preventing common GC problems before they occur. We offer the broadest range of GC solutions, custom for each customer’s application.

 

Fundamentals

Learn about gas chromatographs and their main components, as well as the basics of GC separation and the common industries where GCs are used.

 

Fundamentals of Gas Chromatography (GC) – Part 1

Learn about gas chromatographs and their main components, as well as the basics of GC separation and the common industries where GCs are used.

Fundamentals of Gas Chromatography (GC) – Part 2

Primary Components of a GC System and Steps for a GC Analysis

Fundamentals of Gas Chromatography (GC) – Part 3

Sample Injection, Separation and Detection

Fundamentals of Gas Chromatography (GC) – Part 4

Fundamentals of GC Columns

 

Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry

Chemetrix and Agilent have led innovation and performance in gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) for over 40 years, from the first benchtop GC/MS through to the MS/MS-capable high-resolution GC/Q-TOF. The Chemetrix GC/MS family of instruments and accessories provides the efficiency, flexibility, and robust performance that modern analytical laboratories require.

 

Concepts & Fundamentals

Learn about GC-MS principles, concepts and their main components, as well as best practices, Tips & Tricks.

 

Fundamentals

Fundamentals of Mass Spectrometry Theory

Presentation

GC/MS Fundamentals

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Fundamentals of GC Columns

 

GC-MS Concenpts

Agilent GC- MSD Concepts Guide

Concepts Guide

Transferring GC/MSD Methods to a Triple Quadrupole GC/MS System

Technical Overview

Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy instruments feature technologies at the forefront of innovation. With innovative, Industry-leading Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometers, ICP-OES Technology for Superior Performance, unique Microwave Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy for simple outstanding analysis, to versatile and superior UV-VIS solutions and simple and effective FTIRs, our comprehensive and trusted portfolio spectroscopy instruments by Agilent offers powerful and reliable solutions that push existing performance boundaries in order to deliver the results our customers require. Scroll down to empower yourself with training on these instruments.

 

ICP-OES

 

Troubleshooting and Maintenance

725 ICP-OES, 735 ICP-OES, 5100 ICP-OES, 5110 ICP-OES, 5800 VDV ICP-OES, 5800 RV ICP-OES, 5900 SVDV ICP-OES

 

Tips and Tricks

Tips & Tricks to Increase Productivity on ICP-OES

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Discover How to Simplify Method Development and Data Analysis on ICP-OES

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Tutorials

How to Optimize Your ICP-OES Sample Introduction System for Your Samples Type

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Method Development Tips for ICP-OES: Wavelength Selection Considerations for Optimal Sensitivity and Linearity

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Are ICP-OES Interferences Giving You Concern? Learn How to Remove Spectral Interferences and Improve Accuracy

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Atomic Absorption

Troubleshooting and Maintenance

AA240, AA240FS, AA280FS

AA240Z, AA280Z

 

Tips and Tricks

View Tips and Tricks to ensure you are getting the Correct Results from your Flame Atomic Absorption

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Tips and Tricks Workshop on Flame AA: Demystify Optimization & Operation

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UV-VIS

 

Fundamentals

Back To Basics Workshop with UV-Vis: Part 1

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Back To Basics Workshop with UV/Vis: Part 2

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Tutorials

Scans, Kinetics, and Thermal Melts: An UV/Vis Application Workshop

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UV-Vis Quantitative Method Development Workshop

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FTIR

 

Fundamentals

A Workshop on the Fundamentals and Tips & Tricks of FTIR

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Tips and Tricks

How to Perform Routine Quantification by FTIR: Tips & Tricks Workshop

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Fluorescence

 

Fundamentals

View A Workshop on the Fundamentals and Tips and Tricks of Fluorescence Measurement

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