Fundamentals of HPLC

Covers the essentials that every scientist needs in order to make effective use of liquid chromatography instrumentation

Cost: US$ 189 per user for 12 months access
What is included: 18 video modules, 18 assessment tests, Certificate of Completion

Note: the first module is free access to illustrate the value of the course

Who should take this course?
Are you new to HPLC, or do you supervise new users of HPLC? This on-line course taught by world-class experts is an opportunity to give new users a firm grounding in the fundamentals of HPLC economically and with minimum
disruption to work schedules. “Fundamentals of HPLC” is intended for beginning chromatographers. No hands-on LC experience is required, but attendees should have a solid grasp of basic chemistry.

What does it cover?
Fundamentals of HPLC covers the essentials that every scientist needs in order to make effective use of liquid chromatography instrumentation:
    • The basics of the chromatographic process
    • Terms and definitions of chromatography
    • How HPLC systems work
    • Practical tips on preventive maintenance
    • Principles of separation chemistry
    • Why “reversed phase” is the standard separation technique
    • The meaning of “gradients” and why they are used
    • How to get the best quantitation
    • and much more.
What will I get from this course?
You will acquire a good understanding of the fundamentals of HPLC and get a better knowledge of the key concepts involved. The course is aimed at managers, supervisors, auditors, reviewers, etc. who use information
generated by HPLC but do not necessarily do chromatography themselves.

The course was designed by John Dolan, Tom Jupille, and Lloyd Snyder. This class is taught by Tom Jupille. Tom has been a practising chromatographer for more than 30 years, during which he has written more than 30 papers
on chromatography and related subjects. He worked primarily in gas chromatography in the late ‘60s, switching to thin-layer chromatography in the early ‘70s and then to HPLC and ion chromatography in late ‘70s. His career has focused on instrument and column development and user support, providing a broad foundation of practical experience to call on as an instructor. He is probably best known as the moderator of the popular Chromatography Forum on-line chromatography discussion group.