Easy, rapid and direct analysis of challenging polar compounds
18 Aug 2021
Reversed-phase columns do not provide adequate retention for the analysis of polar compounds without the use of complex mobile phases or sample derivatization to compensate for the lack of effective interactions between the analytes and the stationary phase.
In this webinar, Connor Flannery, LC Product Marketing Manager at Restek, will introduce a simpler approach to the retention and separation of these challenging compounds — a unique stationary phase specifically designed to selectively retain polar analytes. Flannery will highlight specific application examples that will illustrate the rapid and direct analysis of underivatized amino acids, ultrashort-chain PFASs, glyphosate, and other polar contaminants.
You will learn about:
- The analytical challenges associated with polar compounds
- A simplified approach to retention and separation of these challenging compounds
- Specific application examples that eliminate the need for derivatization including:
Underivatized amino acids in food and biological samples
- Ultrashort-chain PFASs
- Glyphosate and other polar pesticides
Who should attend:
Analytical Chemists struggling with the chromatographic analysis of challenging polar compounds and those looking to eliminate derivatization and implement faster direct analysis LC-MS/MS methods.
Certificate of attendance:
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.