This course includes:
• Basic Handling of Instrument.
• Principal of HPLC.
• Details of HPLC parts.
• Preparation of Solutions such as Mobile Phase, Standard & Samples.
• Analysis on HPLCs
• Calculation Handlings
• Trouble Shooting.
• Theoretical Knowledge of HPLC & Analysis.
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Become A Master in HPLC Technique - (Liquid Chromatography)
Become A Professional in HPLC From A to Z - Your Comprehensive guideline. The first and the lonely Chemistry HPLC course
Created by Team ARNI ANALYTICAL
Duration- 1 Week (3Hrs)
What you'll learn
Know the principles of HPLC.
Understand How HPLC Works.
Interview related theory with operation & calibration of HPLC
Understanding The Basics of Analytical Chemistry.
Desire to learn more about HPLC and a willingness to make the necessary effort.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is the most commonly used analytical tool in testing laboratories related to Analytical Chemistry field, allowing for the separation, identification, purification and quantification of drug substances or any organic compound. In fact, High Performance Liquid Chromatography is an incredible technique with wide applications in Analytical Chemistry, the food industry, pharmaceutical field, research of new compounds in universities and colleges and many other areas. For students who complete training in HPLC, it’s possible to secure a great career in a number of exciting fields: R&D Scientists QA Managers & Practicing Chemists Students in disciplines of Chemistry, Pharmacy, Food & Nutrition, Polymer Science, and Agricultural Sciences. Life Science researchers Governmental Regulatory Bodies Environmental Science
You'll Also Get:
Lifetime Support to course updates
Fast & Friendly Support in the Q&A section
Certificate of Completion Ready for Download
Who this course is for:
•Students in disciplines of Chemistry, Pharmacy, Food & Nutrition, Polymer Science, and Agricultural Sciences. •R&D Scientists and employees. •QA Managers & Practicing Chemists, QC employees. •Life Science researchers and students. •Governmental Regulatory Bodies. •Environmental Science Students. •Interested Students To Join the Pharmaceutical Field.