Chromatogram generator. Lesson 2

Abstract 'Learning by doing'
is the best way to understand chromatographic behavior. This tool - Version 2, released January 2010 - allows you to play with relevant parameters and show to how these parameters influence your result. A time saver for all chromatographers, students and experts.
In this second video the viewer further explores the possibilities of the chromatographic generator as a learning tool. The focus of this lesson is on alternative packing materials, such as monolithic structures and porous shell particles. In a series of exercises it is demonstrated what the strengths (and weaknesses) of these column types are and for what kind of separations they are best suited.

'Show and tell' lessons
Jeroen Billen prepared a series of video examples and exercises on Monolithic and Porous Shell columns (click on the article links on the left of this page), that help you to understand the influence of the parameters on your resolution and peak behavior.


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