Most of the Gas Chromatography in the United States currently use helium as a carrier gas and it has served us well for the last 60 years. Unfortunately, helium is a limited, non-renewable, and expensive resource. There is no better time than now to explore and take advantage of the alternatives.
One logical replacement is hydrogen, which is plentiful and cheap, and could lead to much faster analyses. Join ACS Webinars' fan favorite, Lee Polite of Axion Analytical Labs, Inc. as he explains not only how to make the change, but why hydrogen can lead to much quicker results.
This ACS Webinar is moderated by Bryan Tweedy of the American Chemical Society and co-produced with the Office of Career and Professional Education.
What You Will Learn
- How to switch almost any GC method from helium to hydrogen
- What are the differences between the two gasses
- How to take advantage of that difference and cut your analysis times in half!