A new era of chromatography: Improve your accuracy, sensitivity and precision with redefined HPLC/UHPLC system technologies
16 Jun 2021

Are you struggling to meet tightening compliance requirements due to challenging methods, poor reproducibility, and compromised data quality? Are your timelines tightening and becoming increasingly difficult to meet? Are you ready for new possibilities and the next era in HPLC/UHPLC? Do you get different results when running the same method in different laboratories?

Discover how often the interactions between metal-sensitive analytes and your LC system could be hurting your chromatographic data quality and reproducibility. Find out how improving the quality of your HPLC/UHPLC chromatographic separations will increase laboratory throughput, resolution, and data quality.

Join chromatography experts from Waters as they introduce a new HPLC/UHPLC solution that is designed to help dramatically improve your data quality and increase chromatographic reproducibility and sample throughput. They will also show you how you can reduce analytical uncertainty, cut operating expenses, and meet your sustainability goals.

Key learning objectives

  • Understand how Waters’ innovative MaxPeak High Performance Surfaces improve data quality, sensitivity, and ease of use in HPLC/UHPLC systems and columns.
  • Explore the benefits of HPLC/UHPLC performance and binary solvent management to improve productivity and data resolution.
  • Explore the science, ease, and benefits of scaling your HPLC methods to 2.5 µm column chemistries to double sample throughput while maintaining data quality and integrity.
  • Receive access to a team of Waters experts to discuss how we can better support your laboratory’s chromatographic challenges.

Who should attend?

  • Chromatographers of all skill levels with a passion for HPLC/UHPLC.
  • Lab directors, managers, and analytical scientists who are involved in development, quality control, and/or food safety.
  • Scientists who won’t accept the status quo and choose to seek the latest advances in HPLC/UHPLC to improve reproducibility, system performance, and data quality.
  • Method developers looking to control risks during the development, implementation, and migration of HPLC/UHPLC methods.

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