Webinars
05
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10:00
Nuevo UV-Vis Agilent Cary 3500: Todos sus ensayos en un flash

Los métodos espectrofotométricos son empleados en multitud de laboratorios para la identificación y cuantificación de elementos químicos, moléculas y macromoléculas, el seguimiento de reacciones químicas, el estudio de actividades enzimáticas, o la caracterización de la estabilidad de proteínas y ácidos nucleicos. Para llevar a cabo estos y otros muchos ensayos de una forma más eficiente, Agilent ha desarrollado una nueva plataforma, el UV-Vis Agilent Cary 3500, que reúne toda la tecnología óptica y electrónica más reciente en un revolucionario instrumento UV-Vis capaz de asegurar la calidad de sus resultados en las condiciones más exigentes de análisis, velocidad y productividad.

En este seminario on-line les presentaremos:

  • Como el sistema óptico del nuevo UV-Vis Agilent Cary 3500 permite medir con más sensibilidad, linealidad y exactitud incluso en medios turbios o fuertemente absorbentes, tanto en cubetas convencionales como en microvolúmenes.
  • Como realizar la medida simultanea de patrones y muestras en una fracción de segundo.
  • Como llevar a cabo ensayos a temperaturas controladas sin necesidad de baños externos.
  • Como realizar el seguimiento de las reacciones químicas o enzimáticas más rápidas, obteniendo cientos de medidas por segundo.
  • Cómo llevar a cabo ensayos con rampas de temperatura de forma mucho más rápida y precisa que los sistemas actuales.
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05
Abr
18:00
Effortless analysis, Sensational results - Streamlining EPA Regulated ICP-MS Analysis with ICP Go while Ensuring Accuracy and P
The Agilent 7700, 7800 & 7900 ICP-MS are proven for reliable analysis of routine water analysis by EPA 200.8. The ability to streamline the analysis allows the analyst to create new batch methods with software optimized conditions to assure the results are accurate and precise. This webinar will go through the set-up and data analysis for high throughput labs, demonstrating ease of use and ultimate increase in productivity for environmental analysis leveraging the new ICP Go, which allows remote monitoring of your analysis from a PC or tablet.
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10
Abr
14:00
Practical Approaches to Particle Engineering and Crystallization
Featuring presenters from MIT and Purdue University as well as an Independent Consultant, this free online event is for chemists and engineers who are interested in learning more about the methods employed to monitor and control crystallization. Each presenter will share practical examples and case studies on developing a robust crystallization process using Process Analytical Technology (PAT).
Particle Engineering and Crystallization Online Seminar
Particle Engineering and Crystallization Online Seminar

Presentations:

    Recent Advances in Modeling and Feedback Control of Batch and Continuous Crystallization Systems
    Professor Zoltan Nagy - Purdue University

    Nucleation and Growth Kinetics for Combined Cooling and Antisolvent Crystallization in an MSMPR System: Estimating Solvent Dependency
    Jennifer Schall - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

    Monitor a Single Vessel Batch Protein Crystallization Process
    David Z. Doerner
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12
Abr
18:00
You Want Me to Run How Many Samples? - Using the Cary 7000 UV-Vis-NIR UMS Autosampler to Improve your Productivity
The newly released Cary 3500 represents a huge leap forward in UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer technology. Its unique modular design affords dedicated application specific modules, imparting vastly superior performance compared to traditional sample compartment mounted accessories. Multicell modules with 8 cells have no moving parts at all, drastically decreasing wear and tear associated with regular use. Said modules can also scan all 8 cells simultaneously, allowing concentration curve and sample acquisition to be done in an instant. It is now possible to instantly reacquire concentration curves with each unknown sample set, thereby eliminating any uncertainty with regards to using old concentration curves over extended periods of time.

Additionally, the Cary 3500's lightning fast monochromator scans up to 150,000 nm / min, producing spectra from all 8 cells simultaneously in less than half a second. No revolutionary spectrophotometer would be complete without a fantastic light source, and the Cary 3500's hyper fast 250 Hz xenon flash lamp provides exceptionally light output and exceedingly long lamp life.

Come see what the "xenon buzz" is all about!

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15
Abr
17:00
OpenLab CDS Introductory Demonstration
This demonstration will concentrate on the enhanced workflows and capabilities of OpenLab CDS.
During this 1-hour session you will:
  • Learn about the function and advantages of the new control panel including creating instruments, creating projects, activity logs, storage types and paths.
  • Explore the basic operations of user privileges including assigning permissions and roles, and license utilities.
  • Learn the basics of how to setup instruments, methods and sequences.
  • Explore the enhanced data processing workflow including auto and manual integration, e-signatures and audit trail review
  • Discover uses for the Custom Calculator and its functionality
  • Learn how to customize reports with the Intelligent Reporter to generate calculations without to use of Excel
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18
Abr
16:00
Solutions for Light Hydrocarbons and Gases: PLOT Columns
PLOT (Porous Layer Open Tubular) columns are intended for the separation of compounds with very high vapor pressure (e.g., permanent gases and light hydrocarbons) without the need for cryogenic or sub-ambient cooling of the oven. PLOT column stationary phases are physically different than those of polysiloxanes and polyethylene glycols. PLOT stationary phases are porous particles that are attached to the inner wall of the capillary tubing using a binder or similar means. Compounds are separated based on their adsorption properties and other gas-solid surface interactions with the stationary phase.

Agilent offers the most comprehensive line of PLOT columns for analysis of fixed gases, low molecular weight hydrocarbon isomers, volatile polar compounds, and reactive analytes such as sulfur gases, amines, and hydrides. In this presentation we will cover the modes of separation involved with PLOT columns and demonstrate a wide array of separations including permanent gases, branched and olefinic hydrocarbons, and sulfur compounds among others.

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19
Abr
18:00
Get the most out of your ICP-OES: Tips & Tricks to increase Productivity
Familiarization of the hardware and software of an Agilent 5110 ICP-OES. Learn how to troubleshoot and select proper sample introduction system for different types of applications. Increase instrument uptime by learning routine maintenance
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23
Abr
16:00
Oh, What a Mess! Dealing with Unwanted Matrix Effects
If you’ve ever looked at a chromatogram and said, “What’s that?” or thought “That’s not supposed to be there!”, this talk is for you.

We will be discussing:

  • Chromatography problems that can be caused by sample matrix
  • How to deal with unwanted matrix effects
  • Strategies for cleaning up your sample and how that helps protect your column and instrument
  • Unexpected sources of unknown peaks

    Unexpected peaks and issues are often the result of the sample matrix. Understanding what to do about it can help you get the reliable and reproducible chromatography you want.

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25
Abr
16:00
METTLER TOLEDO’s Contribution to Lean Laboratory
This webinar explains the analogies of lean manufacturing with lean lab and suggests aspects of our instruments that can help you convert your lab into a lean lab.

Attending this webinar will give you some ideas how you can use technical aspects of your laboratory equipment and workflows to optimize your processes according to the lean idea.
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26
Abr
18:00
FTIR Spectroscopy for Petroleum Product Characterization
Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy is a versatile tool used to characterize petroleum products by quantifying additives, detecting contaminants, monitoring degradation byproducts and fighting adulteration. FTIR spectroscopy has become a widely used technique for quickly assessing petroleum product characteristics, and yet many people don’t fully understand how it works and how to make it more efficient. Due to the different properties and testing goal, it is critical to choose the proper technique to facilitate the analyze of petroleum products.
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