Basics of High Performance Liquid Chromatography Purification
Waters Corporation: Basics of High Performance Liquid Chromatography Purification
Purification is critical to many scientific workflows. Compounds of interest are rarely found to be the right purity in their native state. Join Waters and Virscidian for this 6-part webinar series to learn the basics of purification and application of purification principles for more advanced workflows.
PART I | Basics of High Performance Liquid Chromatography Purification
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is a common and effective technique to isolate a compound(s) of interest from a mixture. In this module, we will discuss factors involved in HPLC purification and scale up considerations.
- Understand how to use HPLC purification
- Make informed decisions on separation modes
- Understand impact of decisions made during purification on larger workflow
Presenter: Darcy Shave (Senior Product Manager, Waters Corporation)
Darcy Shave is currently aprincipalproduct manager in the Integrated Systems group atWaters Corporation (Milford, MA, USA), responsible for the purification and hardwareautomation products. Darcy has been with Waters for over 20 years, starting as anapplications chemist in the purification group. From there, he moved into a variety ofbusiness development roles before becoming a product manager for purification softwareabout 10 years ago and more recently for the entire purification portfolio.
He has a degree in Agricultural Chemistry from the University of Saskatchewan and workedin value added processing of natural products before joining Waters.