PURPOSE OF EDUCATION
Gas Chromatography (GC) is a frequently used method in volatile analysis today. In this training we organized about general chromatography techniques and working principles of GC, our aim is to; To provide theoretical information about GC, to provide solutions to the problems that may be encountered after an overview of GC systems, to give the necessary preliminary information for method development using GC systems, and thus to make the experts who do chemical analysis or are directly involved in the subject, experts in Gas Chromatography
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE TRAININGS?
Anyone can attend the training, but in order to maximize the efficiency of the training;
3rd or 4th year students from chemistry or chemical engineering departments of universities, people who want to use GC applications in their master’s or doctoral studies, those who want to improve their theoretical or practical knowledge on this subject, those working in different fields who are interested in the subject, laboratory workers, quality control and R&D employees, instrumental analysis personnel, biochemistry, biotechnology, environment, petrochemistry, pharmacology, genetics, food, clinical, toxicology, diagnostics, chemists, engineers, biologists, pharmacists, physicians, those interested in analytical chemistry and analytical device regardless of their profession. using & Anyone who intends to use it can participate in this training.
- Participants will be provided with training notes throughout the training.
- At the end of the training, presentations will be given to the participants.
- Students who are successful at the end of the exam will be given an education certificate issued by Pronitron.
- Definition of chromatography.
- Principles and classifications of chromatography.
- Chromatographic terms and explanations.
- Chromatographic systems and application areas.
- Chromatography techniques and types.
- The advantages and disadvantages of chromatography.
- GC Definition and history.
- GC separation techniques, (Capillary Column, Pack Column)
- Carrier gases, fillers and interaction types used in separation.
- Application areas, advantages and disadvantages of separation techniques.
- Definitions of GC modules, (Modules that are essential for a general GC and their definitions)
- GC detector types (operating principles, types, parts used, application-oriented information, appropriate method selection guide, maintenance procedures, troubleshooting, advantages and disadvantages)
- GC columns: (Types of interaction, working principles, fillers and trade names, application areas by column type, appropriate column selection guide, maintenance procedures, advantages and disadvantages)
- Carrier gases used in GC (Selection of suitable gas and examples)
- Data interpretation and concentration determination in GC. (Integration parameters, calibration charts and standard addition methods)
- System overview.
- Introducing the GC system main modules.
- Basic information about the application to be made.
- Sample preparation.
- Turning on the instrument and performing the conditioning procedures.
- Sample injection and real time data interpretation.
- Create calibration plot, interpret sample and report
- Creating a Shutdown procedure.
- General GC troubleshooting training and GC maintenance procedures.