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Demystifying Valve Chromatography

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  • GC Application Scientist
    Biography

      Shannon Coleman holds a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Colorado and an M.S. in Chemistry from Emory University.  He is currently a GC Application Scientist at Agilent. He has been working with multidimensional and valve gas chromatography across various industries for the past 20 years. He supports Agilent's North America Field Organization and spends his time consulting with and delivering educational content on understanding the fundamentals of chromatography and understanding complex gas chromatography analysis to Agilent's customers.


    Abstract

    This discussion will focus on understanding the use of rotary valves in gas chromatography. The modes of operation for the most common 6-port and 10-port valve configurations along with their typical applications in gas chromatography will be discussed. Attendees will gain a basic understanding on how to think about the function of valves, how they are depicted in diagrams, and how they function in chromatography.


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