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Teledyne Labs – Expanding SFC Purifications With The Integrated MS And ELSD ACCQPrep SFC

The separation power of SFC with the expanded detection range of ELSD and selectivity of mass spectrometry.

Working with compounds that aren’t strongly visible via UV or UV-Vis is tricky . . . but are there better detector options for these preparative SFC purifications?

During this 45-minute webinar plus interactive Q&A, Teledyne LABS Chromatography Product Line Manager Josh Lovell will introduce integrated Evaporative Light Scattering Detection (ELSD) and Mass Spectrometer (MS) based detection, now available for the ACCQPrep SFC.

Josh will be joined by Teledyne LABS Chromatography Specialist Rafael Campos to discuss benefits, considerations, and examples for using these detectors for your preparative SFC purifications.

You’ll learn how ELSD or MS detection capabilities can expand your range of separations. Most importantly, you’ll discover how to collect weakly or non-UV absorbing peaks with maximum sample recovery. Discover how to optimize ELSD and MS detection parameters for fraction collection, how Teledyne LABS makes this possible with some easy-to-use tools available on the ACCQPrep SFC, and some considerations when using these technologies.

  • How ELSD works and why it’s a great companion for SFC separations
  • Different considerations when using ELSD or MS to direct preparative SFC purifications
  • Examples of applications where ELSD or MS offer added value to SFC purification
  • Showcase of examples using ELSD or MS under varying conditions
  • Choosing between APCI vs. ESI for MS for SFC work
  • Eliminating ELSD or MS as you repeat your preparative method

Whether you’re a beginner or advanced user, we’re certain you’ll gain valuable information you can begin using immediately from this informative presentation. During the Q&A, you’ll have an opportunity to discuss your specific application and or Projects with Rafael.

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