HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography): Basics – 101

Duration: 90 Minutes
Course Instructor

Rachel Monsef

$ 295
Discounts: We offer a 10% group discount when you register 2 or more attendees (up to 10). Contact us for groups over 10.

Course description

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HPLC is one of the most widely used and versatile analytical instruments in the laboratory today. Because of the many different modes of operation, it can be difficult for many to understand some of its complexities. But with proper training, HPLC can be the tool of choice for the analytical chemist. This HPLC course is designed to help new users become familiar with all aspects of the HPLC.

This 90-minute accredited course will help any new user get started by giving practical information on HPLC theory, its many modes of operation and how to ensure that the analysis and the HPLC are working properly. New HPLC users who take this course will be empowered with the tools they need to get a solid start using this analytical tool with its many valuable and versatile analytical uses.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe how and why HPLC works and which types of HPLC will work for your company
  • List all the HPLC system components and how to keep them properly maintained (the hardware)
  • Describe the LC theory and its many modes of operations
  • Apply techniques to ensure that methods are working properly and how to properly evaluate the data
  • Solve and/or prevent some common problems that might arise
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This online training will be most useful for people with little to no experience with HPLC or who perform routine testing using HPLC. This course will benefit laboratory personnel in many industries including: pharmaceutical – traditional and phytochemical, food, beverage, environmental, chemical, and personal products.

The potential job functions would be entry-level laboratory personnel with no HPLC experience, laboratory technicians who wish to gain a better understanding of HPLC theory and its applications, researchers with degrees in other disciplines who need to begin their own HPLC work. This includes: organic synthesis, quality control, and methods development chemists and various research personnel.

The departments in companies involved with the use of HPLC in research/development or quality control/quality assurance should insist their new personnel attend if they are not being trained in-house or as a supplement to their in-house training.

Course Instructor


Rachel Monsef

Consultant to the biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical industries

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