In the past 50 years, Gas Chromatography has become an important analytical tool in virtually every phase of the petroleum industry, from exploration of crude oil and refining of finished products to research on new petrochemicals. Gas Chromatography (GC) is one of the most widely used techniques in modern analytical chemistry and in its basic form, is used to separate complex mixtures of different molecules based on their physical properties, such as polarity and boiling point. It is an ideal tool to analyze gas and liquid samples containing many hundreds or even thousands of different molecules, as in the case of crude oil or its products. The technique allows the analyst to identify both the types of molecular species present and their concentrations.
Gas and Liquid Chromatography and Troubleshooting training course introduce the fundamental theory of Gas Chromatography along with the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting, from sample introduction through to data analysis. Instrument components are described and presented, along with their underlying theories as they apply to guiding best practices and effective method optimization and troubleshooting.
Because of the variety and complexity of sample types, petroleum chemists use a broad spectrum of gas chromatographic methods. You will learn about current best practices in terms of system configuration choices and initial method conditions.
At the end of the Gas and Liquid Chromatography and Troubleshooting training course, participants the competence to:
Understand the basic theoretical aspects of Gas Chromatography
Communicate practical information, capabilities and limitations of Gas Chromatography
Gain confidence on the:
GC analysis technique
Analytical results evaluation
Gas and Liquid Chromatography and Troubleshooting training course is ideal for:
Lab and quality professionals that do not have formal training or experience in gas chromatography or those that want to refresh their current knowledge of gas chromatography.
It is also suitable for Environmental Quality Personnel, and fiscal quality inspectors.