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DryLab® at Pittcon 2020 in Chicago

PittCon is one of the world's leading conferences and expositions on laboratory science and will take place this year from March 1-5 at the McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois. There, Molnár-Institute will present the latest applications of its DryLab® software for modeling liquid chromatographic separations at Booth 3814.

Visit us to see a state-of-the art connection of DryLab and the Waters Empower CDS. This new module introduces an automation working on all three levels of DryLabs AQbD-workflow. It does so by creating, performing and retrieving input runs as well as automating model verification and robustness validation: Generated method sets are run in the most economic and ecological order, taking into account subsequent equilibration steps. DryLab then accesses the Empower data-stream to retrieve additional information on peak-shapes (Tf, w0.5) and peak-names, which can directly be used for model adjustment.

Background: Today, more and more efforts are made to improve the concept of AQbD. This includes, amongst others, missing modern lifecycle aspects such as long-term usability and performance characteristics of the methods. The understanding of how a method will perform in the long term, routine use is of critical importance today. This is especially true in light of modern production structures that are characterized by high degrees of externalization and frequent method transfers. Here, highly robust methods that are capable of delivering consistently good results, even if performed in varying geographical and laboratory environments, are required.

Here, the new and fully automated and digitalized connection of DryLab and Empower equips the chromatographer with an easy to use modeling platform. It allows for science-based, flexible decisions in method development, risk mitigation, improved analytical throughput and the most complete approach to successful method development ever.

Molnár-Institute will also contribute to the technical program by presenting an oral lecture on the potential for Green Analytical Chemistry by modeling UHPLC, demonstrating how scientific retention modeling contributes significantly to reducing analytical chemistry's environmental footprint.

Stop by our booth to discuss your approach to innovative strategies for an efficient and successful HPLC and find out how our revolutionary method development software, DryLab®4, is your tool of choice.

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