When: 6 & 7 October, 2022

Following up from our very successful previous sessions we are delighted to offer another panel discussion in the ever popular “Ask the Agilent Experts” series.

Have you ever had a question about your GC/GCMS analysis and thought, “I have no idea what to do,” or that since the question seemed so simple, everyone must already know the answer and “Am I the only one who doesn’t know what to do?” We can assure you that you are not alone.

If you have a question, we can guarantee that you are not the first...nor the last person to ask the question. Sometimes the simplest of questions can have the most complex answers. A question about which liner to use can lead to a discussion on the benefits of glass wool versus glass frits. A question about how long a column should last may trigger a discussion about the importance of a leak free system, the maximum temperature limit, proper phase selection, and how an application may benefit from using backflush. There’s no such thing as an easy answer because the answer always "depends" on many different factors.

We will discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about GC and GCMS that we have received which may seem like simple questions, but they have anything but simple answers as well as new questions that we hope you will submit to us in advance with experts from Agilent as well as from the field.

By attending this event you will learn about:

- Best practices with GC and GC/MS systems – from liner and column selection to why gas filters matter and instrument prep recommendations, and why there is not always an easy answer to most GC(MS) questions.
- Why different consumables are used for different applications and listen to Agilent Scientists discuss the complexities of the most frequently asked questions they receive.
- The novel HydroInert source, which is designed for GC/MS and GC/MS/MS analysis with hydrogen carrier gas.

To learn more and to register to attend this educational event click the link below:
https://webinar.sepscience.com/form/gc-and-gc/ms-scientists-discuss-and-answer-your-most-frequently-asked-questions