Tips for Developing Successful Solid Phase Extraction Methods
Agilent Technologies: Tips for Developing Successful Solid Phase Extraction Methods
Contaminants in the sample matrix can create chromatography issues, system down time, and unreliable test results. There are many options for sample cleanup. The ultimate technique that provides the cleanest sample is Solid Phase Extraction (SPE). In addition to providing a clean sample, SPE can increase the concentration of analytes if needed.
In this talk, we will discuss tips for selecting, developing, and implementing simple and successful solid phase extraction methods.
Presenter: Golnar Javadi (Application Engineer, Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
Golnar Javadi is an applications engineer providing online applications assistance and technical support for LC columns and supplies, Sample Preparation products, and Spectroscopy supplies.
Before joining Varian and then Agilent, Golnar worked in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries on method development and quality control. She also taught college level chemistry courses for a few years.
Golnar then joined Varian as a technical support specialist, providing customers with method development assistance and technical support on Sample Preparation (SPE, SLE, and Filtration), HPLC, GC, ToxiLab and DAT. After the Varian-Agilent merger, Golnar joined Agilent Technologies as an Applications Engineer. She provides technical support to customers on Sample Preparation products, Liquid Chromatography columns, and Spectroscopy supplies.