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Vacuum for Instrumentation

Date: Mar 1, 2018 - 16:00

This educational seminar discusses how vacuum is used in a variety of analytical instruments, from Electron Microscopes, to Centrifuges, to Mass Spectrometers. The webinar provides a historical overview of Vacuum system development for instrumentation, discusses the present state, and looks towards the future in Vacuum Technology and how that can help enable the NEXT generation of analytical instruments.

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Past Webinars

Pushing the Boundaries of Protein Identification, Characterization, and Quantitation Using a Novel Orbitrap-Based Tribrid MS Architecture

Date: Oct 1, 2013 - 15:00

Peptide identification rates and protein sequence coverage have historically advanced in line with improvements to the detection limits and spectral acquisition rate of the mass spectrometer. This webinar will demonstrate the advantages of using a novel Orbitrap mass spectrometer to dramatically improve spectral acquisition rates through massive parallelization of the acquisition process to enhance proteome coverage and general experimental throughput.

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Advances in Quantitative Proteomics: Parallel Reaction Monitoring Applied to Large-scale Studies

Date: Jun 26, 2013 - 13:00

Quantitative proteomics studies are challenging as high sensitivity and a high degree of selectivity are required to analyze systematically large peptide sets in one single experiment. Quantification of peptides in complex samples can be performed on a quadrupole-orbitrap instrument in MS/MS mode (parallel reaction monitoring, PRM). The high resolving power of this technique dramatically increases the selectivity of the measurements while the trapping capability can be leveraged to boost the sensitivity.

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The advantages of high sensitivity ICP-MS

Date: Jun 12, 2013 - 15:00

The applications for trace elemental analysis are steadily increasing: in addition to classic fields like environmental and semiconductor analysis, more and more interest is emerging in trace elemental analysis in food, pharmaceutical, clinical analysis and material characterization, not to mention hot topics like the analysis of nano-particles.

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The Inert Flow Path - Your Analyte's Journey from Injection to Detection

Date: Jun 5, 2013 - 09:00

This seminar discusses in detail some common applications and how Agilent’s unique sampling technology can provide a better solution to many of your daily challenges.

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Wiley–Pittcon Virtual Event:
2013 Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award

Vibrational Optical Activity: A Mature New Field Of Vibrational Spectroscopy

Date: Mar 20, 2013 - 15:00

This mini-virtual event comprises a brief 5 minute video which shows Professor Lawrence A. Nafie being presented with his Award at Pittcon on Tuesday, March 19. This is followed by a live 40 minute presentation (PowerPoint and live video-feed) of Prof. Nafie giving the presentation that he gave at his Award Ceremony. On-demand users will still have the opportunity to submit questions to Professor Nafie who will reply by email.

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How to Make Accurate Specular Transmission and Reflectance Measurements

Date: Nov 29, 2012 - 15:00

With the advent of the growing coatings, environmental energy, and solar products market, a wide variety of unique UV/Vis/NIR accessories have been developed to address the measurement of specular reflectance and transmittance.

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Accelerate Your Research: Raman for Multi-user and Interdisciplinary Labs

Date: Oct 25, 2012 - 15:00

Advances in Raman spectroscopy have led to unprecedented performance for an exhaustive list of application areas. As a research-oriented molecular spectroscopy technique, Raman provides a powerful, nondestructive approach to chemical and materials analysis. In this live webinar, we’ll show you how we’re rethinking the conventional approach to Raman. Our user-friendly, solutions-driven instruments are designed to give you the answers you need – without investing significant time to learn the technique...

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Integrating Spheres in Molecular Spectrophotometry: Theory and Practice

Date: Oct 23, 2012 - 15:00

Integrating spheres are the most commonly purchased accessories for high end UV/Vis/NIR spectrophotometers. They provide the ability for spectrophotometers to make a number of crucial measurements on both solid and liquid samples.

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My Sample is Not a Liquid in a Cuvette, Now What Do I Do?

Date: Sep 27, 2012 - 15:00

Measuring solid materials with a UV/Vis/NIR instrument requires both knowledge of one’s sample and the instrumental techniques available. Most analysts can get overwhelmed by the number and specificity of accessories offered by instruments for UV/Vis/NIR instruments. The dual sample compartment design of the Lambdas 650, 750, 850, 950 and 1050 has resulted in the development of numerous accessories that fit a variety of specific solid material measurement needs.

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