Cutting-edge Software Functionalities for U(H)PLC Modelling at PittCon 2020
Jan 17 2020 Read 600 Times
PittCon is one of the world’s leading conference and expo on laboratory science and this year will take place from 1-5 March at McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois.
The Molnár-Institute team will present the latest applications of the DryLab® software in modelling liquid chromatographic separations at booth 3814.
Recent development in integrating Empower CDS includes 3-level automated steps in software’s AQbD-workflow by creating, performing and retrieving input runs, model-verification and robustness verification experiments. Generated method sets are being performed in most economic and ecologic order, also taking into account subsequent equilibration steps. This provides an easy modelling platform for making science-based flexible method development choices, mitigate risk, improve analytical throughput and ultimately deliver method development success.
Molnár-Institute will also contribute to the technical program by presenting an oral lecture on the potential for Green Analytical Chemistry by Modeling UHPLC, showing how scientific retention modelling contributes significantly to reducing the environmental footprint of analytical chemistry.
Stop by booth 3814 to discuss innovative strategies for improving the efficiency and success of cutting-edge HPLC through the revolutionary method development software, DryLab®4.
More information online: www.molnar-institute.com
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