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LC Method Development III: Method Optimization Principles You Should Know

Optimized LC methods give the results you need to satisfy customers, synthetic chemists, QC teams, and other end users. Compared to trial and error, a proper optimization process saves time and resources.

And with optimization software, you can get even more efficient. In this webinar, we'll cover the principles you need to know for method optimization, and the software tools that'll help you apply them.

Join us to learn more about:

  • What the most important parameters are in optimization
  • Software tools to use for faster analysis
  • How to provide high-quality data to enable good optimization

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This is part 3 in a 4 part webinar series. Watch the other webinars below.

LC Method Development I:
How a Method is More than a Separation

In this webinar, James Hogbin draws upon 41 years of method-development experience to explain the distinction between separations and analytical methods, and how to plan for the latter.

LC Method Development II:
Facing Your Chromatography Challenges

In this webinar, James explains his approach to solving difficult problems in chromatography using a logical problem-solving approach that can help you tackle challenges confidently.

LC Method Development IV:
Manage Your Method Development from Start to Finish

The 4th webinar in our LC method development series, this session will show you how to manage your entire project in one place.

Presenter

James Hogbin

James Hogbin, MRSC, joined ACD/Labs in 2019 as an Application Scientist. He previously worked for 41 years in method development for pharmaceutical and agroscience companies, including Pfizer Inc.

Host

Charis Lam

Charis Lam is a Marketing Communications Specialist for ACD/Labs, specializing in chromatography and mass-spectrometry products. She holds a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the University of Toronto.